Why Do People Follow The Crowd?

How To Avoid The Bandwagon Effect?

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The Bandwagon effect is considered a cognitive bias. This effect influences people’s thinking process and behavior because they assume that others are behaving in a similar way. For instance, people might adapt to a certain social trend merely because other people are following it.

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