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How did participants in Solomon Asch's line-judging experiment respond after they heard several other participants before them give an obviously wrong answer?

▸ One hundred percent of the participants gave the correct response.

▸ Fifty percent of the participants conformed to the wrong answer; there was no predictable pattern.

▸ Thirty-six percent of the time they too gave the objectively wrong but conforming answer.

▸ One hundred percent of the participants conformed to the obviously wrong response.
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