It showed that people walked away from the lab in a slow way when exposed to words about old age. This result suggest that our minds are more open to influence than we realize.
But in 2012, there was a failed replication of the study. Although those who attempted the replication lacked necessary research skills. This was one of the factors that caused arguments.
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