There are often negative stigmas attached to people with mental disorder made by those who are not aware of the disease or how it affects that person. I was interested in seeing how far the negative stigmas would go by creating my own variation of the Asch Conformity experiment. I did this by using the Asch conformity experiment where the participant has a confederate that is their partner and always provides the correct answer while the others claim the incorrect answer. The twist is that in the experimental group the partner will claim that they have bipolar disorder. The results showed that the manipulation had no significant effect. There was also no significant effect between the Fear of negative evaluation score and conformity rate.