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Kyle Felderspar is diligently studying for the AP exam, just like his friends. He is fascinated with social psychology because he sees himself in so many of the concepts, especially conformity. He is struggling with a difficult question on an online test review site. The question asks Kyle to compare and contrast a well-known line experiment and the more famous Stanford Prison Experiment. ​When comparing the two studies, which answer choice is least correct?


The line study involved collecting quantitative data, while the prison study did not.


The line study was done by Solomon Asch and the prison study was conducted by Philip Zimbardo.


The "prison experiment" was not an experiment.


People were harmed in the prison study.


Neither study is applicable to the “average” person.

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