I'm currently examining how the behaviours of fictional characters are explained to child audiences through attribution theory as part of a study into the psychology of how children learn about people of other nations. I've finished examining each episode of a television series, however, each series has a different number of episodes and I am unable to find a consensus online as to how many episodes should be in each series.

At present, the number of episodes per series stands at 52, 22, 22, 26 and 3, the 3 concerning special episodes that don't seem to be assigned to a specific series.

I've been considering the pros, cons and integrity of different approaches, such as using harmonic mean or treating as one, large sample, in relation to measures of central tendency and correlations for example, but would greatly value some input from others.

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