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The Name Game
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The introduction

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The method

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The results

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The conclusion ( and recommendations).

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(The comments m...
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What’s in a name

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A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict
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What’s in a name? The secret to your success new research
suggests.
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Ohio University (OU) researchers asked participants to read
descriptions of people – including their name and occupatio...
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found that they deemed women with a more feminine name
like Emma or Clarissa more likely to be successful in
traditiona...


A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology
found that people tend to predict career success on how we...


These are NOT part of the report and can be
left out of your summary!


James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU psychology professor and the
study’s lead author. ‘We thought that with today’s political
...
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o

The method


o

The results


o

The conclusion ( and recommendations).




(The comments made by the writer of t...


A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict
career success on how we...
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Now you have the parts,
bar out all the unnecessary words or phrases
such as
Names and titles
Places
Titles of journals
Examples
Repetitions
Jokes and puns
Quotes
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What‟s in a name? The secret to your success
new research suggests.


What‟s in a name? The secret to your success
new research suggests.


What‟s in a name? The secret to your success
new research suggests.


Ohio University (OU) researchers asked
participants to read descriptions of people –
including their name and occupatio...


Ohio University (OU) researchers asked
participants to read descriptions of people –
including their name and occupatio...


Ohio University (OU) researchers asked
participants to read descriptions of people –
including their name and occupatio...


found that they deemed women with a more
feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more
likely to be successful in traditiona...


found that they deemed women with a more
feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more
likely to be successful in traditiona...


found that they deemed women with a more
feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more
likely to be successful in traditiona...




A recent study published in the Journal of
Social Psychology found that people tend to
predict career success on how...




A recent study published in the Journal of
Social Psychology found that people tend to
predict career success on how...




A recent study published in the Journal of
Social Psychology found that people tend to
predict career success on how...


This surprised James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU
psychology professor and the study‟s lead
author. „We thought that with tod...


This surprised James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU
psychology professor and the study‟s lead
author. „We thought that with tod...


This surprised James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU
psychology professor and the study‟s lead
author. „We thought that with tod...


Rephrase the parts kept
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Name may predict success.
What is in a name?
The effects of naming a child.


a name? The secret to your success new
research suggests.








There has been new research into the efects of
namegiving.
New research (in psychology) has shown the
effects ...


researchers asked participants to read
descriptions of people – including their name
and occupation –






Researchers asked people to read
descriptions of other people which included
their name and profession.
People /p...


found that they deemed women with a more
feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more
likely to be successful in traditiona...




(The results were that) the participants
thought women with a more feminine name
would achieve more in traditional f...


Women were thought to be better at their
traditionally feminine jobs if their name was
very feminine and for men the su...




A recent study published in the Journal of
Social Psychology found that people tend to
predict career success on how...




This study/ research concludes that people
expect others to do better in life when their
name fits their chosen care...
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  1. 1. The Name Game
  2. 2. o The introduction  o The method  o The results  o The conclusion ( and recommendations).   (The comments made by the writer of the article – if any. These are not part of the report
  3. 3.  What’s in a name .  A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict career success on how well a person’s name matches the gender associated with their vocation. Ohio University (OU) researchers asked participants to read descriptions of people – including their name and occupation – and found that they deemed women with a more feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more likely to be successful in traditional female occupations such as nursing and primary school teaching, while men with a more masculine name like Hank or Dave were expected to excel at jobs like plumbing or carpentry – traditionally considered a male career.  The results suggest that people with names that don’t “ fit “ their desired career might have more difficulty finding work than equally qualified colleagues with more fitting names. This surprised James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU psychology professor and the study’s lead author. ‘We thought that with today’s political correctness, everybody would be assumed to be able to do everything equally well – but we just didn’t find that.” He suggests that parents ‘be aware of the name they give because it probably does reflect their expectations for the child. ‘
  4. 4.  What’s in a name? The secret to your success new research suggests.
  5. 5.  Ohio University (OU) researchers asked participants to read descriptions of people – including their name and occupation
  6. 6.  found that they deemed women with a more feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more likely to be successful in traditional female occupations such as nursing and primary school teaching, while men with a more masculine name like Hank or Dave were expected to excel at jobs like plumbing or carpentry – traditionally considered a male career.
  7. 7.  A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict career success on how well a person’s name matches the gender associated with their vocation  The results suggest that people with names that don’t “ fit “ their desired career might have more difficulty finding work than equally qualified colleagues with more fitting names
  8. 8.  These are NOT part of the report and can be left out of your summary!
  9. 9.  James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU psychology professor and the study’s lead author. ‘We thought that with today’s political correctness, everybody would be assumed to be able to do everything equally well – but we just didn’t find that.” He suggests that parents ‘be aware of the name they give because it probably does reflect their expectations for the child. ‘
  10. 10.  o The method  o The results  o The conclusion ( and recommendations).   (The comments made by the writer of the article – if any. These are not part of the report
  11. 11.  A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict career success on how well a person’s name matches the gender associated with their vocation.  Ohio University (OU) researchers asked participants to read descriptions of people – including their name and occupation – and found that they deemed women with a more feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more likely to be successful in traditional female occupations such as nursing and primary school teaching, while men with a more masculine name like Hank or Dave were expected to excel at jobs like plumbing or carpentry – traditionally considered a male career.  The results suggest that people with names that don’t “ fit “ their desired career might have more difficulty finding work than equally qualified colleagues with more fitting names. This surprised James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU psychology professor and the study’s lead author. ‘We thought that with today’s political correctness, everybody would be assumed to be able to do everything equally well – but we just didn’t find that.” He suggests that parents ‘be aware of the name they give because it probably does reflect their expectations for the child. ‘
  12. 12.   Now you have the parts, bar out all the unnecessary words or phrases
  13. 13. such as Names and titles Places Titles of journals Examples Repetitions Jokes and puns Quotes
  14. 14.  What‟s in a name? The secret to your success new research suggests.
  15. 15.  What‟s in a name? The secret to your success new research suggests.
  16. 16.  What‟s in a name? The secret to your success new research suggests.
  17. 17.  Ohio University (OU) researchers asked participants to read descriptions of people – including their name and occupation –
  18. 18.  Ohio University (OU) researchers asked participants to read descriptions of people – including their name and occupation –
  19. 19.  Ohio University (OU) researchers asked participants to read descriptions of people – including their name and occupation –
  20. 20.  found that they deemed women with a more feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more likely to be successful in traditional female occupations such as nursing and primary school teaching, while men with a more masculine name like Hank or Dave were expected to excel at jobs like plumbing or carpentry – traditionally considered a male career.
  21. 21.  found that they deemed women with a more feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more likely to be successful in traditional female occupations such as nursing and primary school teaching, while men with a more masculine name like Hank or Dave were expected to excel at jobs like plumbing or carpentry – traditionally considered a male career.
  22. 22.  found that they deemed women with a more feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more likely to be successful in traditional female occupations such as nursing and primary school teaching, while men with a more masculine name like Hank or Dave were expected to excel at jobs like plumbing or carpentry – traditionally considered a male career.
  23. 23.   A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict career success on how well a person‟s name matches the gender associated with their vocation. The results suggest that people with names that don‟t “ fit “ their desired career might have more difficulty finding work than equally qualified colleagues with more fitting names.
  24. 24.   A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict career success on how well a person‟s name matches the gender associated with their vocation. The results suggest that people with names that don‟t “ fit “ their desired career might have more difficulty finding work than equally qualified colleagues with more fitting names.
  25. 25.   A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict career success on how well a person‟s name matches the gender associated with their vocation. The results suggest that people with names that don‟t “ fit “ their desired career might have more difficulty finding work than equally qualified colleagues with more fitting names.
  26. 26.  This surprised James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU psychology professor and the study‟s lead author. „We thought that with today‟s political correctness, everybody would be assumed to be able to do everything equally well – but we just didn‟t find that.” He suggests that parents „be aware of the name they give because it probably does reflect their expectations for the child. „
  27. 27.  This surprised James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU psychology professor and the study‟s lead author. „We thought that with today‟s political correctness, everybody would be assumed to be able to do everything equally well – but we just didn‟t find that.” He suggests that parents „be aware of the name they give because it probably does reflect their expectations for the child. „
  28. 28.  This surprised James Bruning, Ph.D., and OU psychology professor and the study‟s lead author. „We thought that with today‟s political correctness, everybody would be assumed to be able to do everything equally well – but we just didn‟t find that.” He suggests that parents „be aware of the name they give because it probably does reflect their expectations for the child. „
  29. 29.  Rephrase the parts kept
  30. 30.    Name may predict success. What is in a name? The effects of naming a child.
  31. 31.  a name? The secret to your success new research suggests.
  32. 32.     There has been new research into the efects of namegiving. New research (in psychology) has shown the effects of giving a name. Researchers have found a link between your name and your rate of career success. A person‟s name could predict his or her career success according to new research(in psychology) .
  33. 33.  researchers asked participants to read descriptions of people – including their name and occupation –
  34. 34.    Researchers asked people to read descriptions of other people which included their name and profession. People /participants were asked to read information about people that included their names and occupations / jobs. The study was conducted by asking…
  35. 35.  found that they deemed women with a more feminine name like Emma or Clarissa more likely to be successful in traditional female occupations such as nursing and primary school teaching, while men with a more masculine name like Hank or Dave were expected to excel at jobs like plumbing or carpentry – traditionally considered a male career.
  36. 36.   (The results were that) the participants thought women with a more feminine name would achieve more in traditional feminine jobs and men with a very masculine name would be more successful in masculine ones. The participants expected women with a traditionally feminine name to succeed better at traditionally feminine jobs and men with a clearly masculine name to excel at masculine ones.
  37. 37.  Women were thought to be better at their traditionally feminine jobs if their name was very feminine and for men the successful match was between a masculine name and a ditto job.
  38. 38.   A recent study published in the Journal of Social Psychology found that people tend to predict career success on how well a person‟s name matches the gender associated with their vocation. The results suggest that people with names that don‟t “ fit “ their desired career might have more difficulty finding work than equally qualified colleagues with more fitting names.
  39. 39.   This study/ research concludes that people expect others to do better in life when their name fits their chosen career / profession. The researchers came to the conclusion that we have a tendency to predict how good others will be at their job depending on their name.

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