There were a total of 22 participants, eleven in the control group and eleven in the experimental group. During the experiment there were a total of five people in the room however only one was a participant the other four were my confederates. The study began with the experimental group. They were all given a fake demographic form to fill out while I left the room. At this time the confederate that was designated as the “partner” says that her medicines are making her shake, and then another confederate will ask what medicine are you taking? She will reply Depakote, I have bipolar disorder. I then re-enter the room and begin the experiment. There are ten bullying scenarios and after each person in the room if they believe the person in the scenario is being bullied. The order in the room is set up so the true participant goes last. For the first three bullying all of the confederates will claim that the victim is being bullied, but then on the fourth one until the last scenario all the confederates, except the one who claims to have bipolar disorder will answer that the victim is not being bullied. This is where I begin to measure conformity rate among the true participants. After Each Scenario is read then the true participant will take the Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale on the computer, to see if there would be any interaction between conformity rate and fear of being negative evaluated by their peers. The control group goes through the same procedure, they do not fill out the faux demographic form and the partner does not admit to having bipolar disorder.