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Unformatted text preview: we think they are. Antecedent Conditions: authority is often connected to morality. As we are brought up as children, learning morality is inseparable from authority. Binding Conditions: the kinds of impacts that occur as a result of what happens. You are insulted by a professor but must take his class as part of your major. You will endure his class for the 13 weeks because you have to. Fragmented/Sequential Conditions: I do this, so you do that, so I do this, so you do that. We see the other person as the reason for our actions, they see us for the reason for our actions. Compliance=the antecedent factors + the binding factors are greater than the stress induced. State of Agency: instrument of another. NOT effective cause of action or responsible and the action does not reflect myself. Fragmentation is when one thing leads to another....
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, Stanford prison experiment, Philip Zimbardo, Milgram experiment, Antecedent, Authority Compliance Milgram