USF Psychology students in……………. FLASH MOB CONGA LINE MADNESS!

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The Advanced Research Methods: Social Influence class from USF (University of San Francisco) conducted another flash mob experiment, this time utilizing a conga line. This involved observing how many students (other than the Social Influence class) would participate in the conga line. However, there were many other variables to consider:

1.Can the students overcome the power of a failing boombox?
2.Can DJ StikCy E find out what happened to the volume?
3.Will the line drift apart before full completion
4.Can DJ StikCy E find out what happened to that VOLUME!?!?!?!?!?

All these questions and more answered when you tune into CONGA LINE MADNESSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

P.S. Turn the volume up high when playing this

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