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A Study Examining the Occurrence of Corns and Calluses in Males and Females

@inproceedings{McCanick2006ASE,
  title={A Study Examining the Occurrence of Corns and Calluses in Males and Females},
  author={Ann Marie McCanick},
  year={2006}
}
This study was conducted to determine if female developed corns and calluses more than males. A survey was administered to a total of 100 participants, fifty females and fifty males. Corn and callus development was determined by which group had a greater number of corn and callus present on both feet. A statistical analysis was performed using the number of corns and calluses each participant had using Minitab 14 (Minitab®, 2005). The paired T-test was used instead of the regular T-test because… 

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