A researcher wanted to test whether gender is identified more rapidly depending on the emotion shown on a face. Participants viewed 50 rapidly presented faces and were asked to press a button as quickly as possible indicating if the face was male or female. Participants were randomly allocated to one of three conditions (neutral expression faces, happy expression faces or angry expression faces). The researcher hypothesised that detection of gender would be more rapid in the angry condition.
Look at the output from SPSS and use the answer that best represents the results.