Asch's alternative evidence (WJEC)

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Hi, I am doing my Py2 exam in 2 weeks today and is trying to revise for it. Currently on alternative evidence (because I find that the most difficult) and I'm stuck on Asch's alternative evidence. I can't work out if each study either supports/develops/or contradicts. Could you please help me?

The alternative evidence I am stuck on are:

Eagly - where females are more conformist

Perrin & Spencer - only one student conformed - does this contradict?

Berns et al - used fMRI scans. Found that on critical trials - the most active areas of the brain were perceptual circuits rather than brain regions involved in making judgement -- don't understand this one at all -- does this support/develop/contradict?

By the way, can I use previous studies as my alternative evidence, such as Jenness' study and Sherif's study on the auto kinetic effect?

Thanks everyone!!
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