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Experiment ideas Guys remember to add ideas to this list and if you see a problem with any of them just write the problems below them with the color red . If you want to improve the idea write below it with blue. and please don’t forget to initial with your name next to any changes you make. what percentage of people pick up change on the ground based on its denomination. I.e. how many people will stop to pick up a penny versus a quarter.  (very easy to do) people on elevators won't look at one another ...... but will they follow someone’s lead and stand opposite to what is convention in order to not be different? That is, if you stand  with your back to the door, will oncoming passengers do the same in an attempt to follow the crowd, or will they "dare to be different" and face the doors (like normal) despite  being the only one to do that this time? 
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