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Mori and Arai experiment (2010)


To replicate Asch's experiment (1951) without the need for actors so nobodys reactions would be false.

It also included males and females, giving a better understanding of individual differences in conformity


Researchers replicated an Asch type experiment no actors.

104 Japanese students took part in the experiment, who were splitinto groups of 4.

Everyone wore a pair of specially designed filter glasses that allowed them to look at the same thing; except for one patriciant in each group they were split up into , who saw something different from the


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