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LectureOutline: Authority 1. Authority 2. Replications of the Obedience Study 3. Why do people obey authority figures? 4. Symbols of authority
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Authority Peoplecomply with requests more when requester is in a position of authority
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Obedience Study Psychological problems Men Unawareof harm
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Milgram’s participants obeyed because of the experimenter’s authority, and not becauseof abnormal psychological problems Stanley Milgram cp
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Experimenter told “teacher” to stop delivering the shock even though the “learner” clearly indicated that he wanted thestudy to go on 100% of the time, the“teacher” stopped delivering shock ObedienceStudy: Replications cp
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Theexperimenter (the authority figure) was hooked up to theshock generator, and the “learner” gavethe directives to continue 100% of the timethe“teachers” stopped delivering shock when the experimenter said to ObedienceStudy: Replications cp
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Two experimenters gavecontradictory orders. Oneordered the“teacher” to
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