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Chapter 6 – Conformity (continued) Chapter 6 – Conformity (continued)
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More on the Milgram Studies:
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More on the Milgram Studies One critique: Were they ethical? APA ethics code: (after Nuremberg trials) 1. S must give voluntary consent, 2. S fully informed of nature of study and risks, 3. Study must be conducted only by qualified people, 4. Subject can quit at any time, 5. S protected against hazards to the fullest extent possible, 6. Scientists must be prepared to terminate exp. at any time if cause to believe that continuation will lead to injury, disability, or death to S.
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More on the Milgram Studies Another critique: It wouldn’t work today? (People are more sophisticated, less sheep-like) See Prof. Derren Brown’s 2007 version of Milgram, on YouTube (> 50% went all the way).
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More on the Milgram Studies Another critique: Did the studies really show what Milgram said they showed? (“evil obedience”) Ross & Nisbett;s (1991) critique: Maybe Ps were just confused.
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