#1
can anyone help me find the psychological rule that in experimentation, obvious observation of the subject interferes with the outcome of the subject's decisions.

I looked in google and couldn't find anything. any help as to who founded this rule or anything?
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I remember learning about it in psychology class last year. Some guy concluded that if the subject knows that their decision is important, then it will stray from what they had initially chosen. Kinda like the whole peer pressure thing, but more technical.
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thanks
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