- Created by: Georginaf4
- Created on: 21-10-18 12:56
Unanimity of the majority (presence of a dissenter)-
-instructed confederates to give a unanimous wrong answer
-in other trials he got some confederates to dissent from the majority and give a correct answer/different wrong answer
-Results showed that the presence of a dissenter reduced conformity rates to 5% from 37%
-concluded that unanimity of the majority is a factor affecting conformity when situation is unambiguous and breaking unanimity was enough to give participants independence to gove their own answer.
Size of the Group-