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10.00 FRQ PRACTICE A. Milgrams's findings were that The person giving the orders was seen as the absolute authority, and compliance was lower if he didnt announce he was from yale, no one was disobeying the experimenter, the victim was at a distance. B.The ethical consideration of having to explain the whole experiment and keep no secrets would prevent his experiment because he didnt tell the volunteers that the person was not actually getting electricuted. There is also the ethical consideration of not harming the volunteers which the experiment was based upon so it wouldnt be allowd today. c. Cognitive dissonance is the state of having inconsistent thoughts, beliefs, or attitudes, especially as relating to behavioral decisions and attitude change
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Unformatted text preview: and accounted for the teachers int eh experiment to shock because they felt compelled to believe that what they are doing is the right thing o do since it is for an experiment that is being conducted for the famous Yale university. D.Attribution error is when you think someone's intentions are malicious, but in fact they were accidental. It influenced those who read or saw the milgram study and critizied the teachers for doing the things they did because, They think that the teacher wanted to do those things but in reality the viewers dont know what really happend or how the teachers were feeling, and it couldve been that they thought it was a harmless experiment....
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