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Title: Review of Stanley Milgram’s Experiments on ObedienceAuthor: Diana BaumrindCitation: Baumrind, Diana. “Review of Stanley Milgram’s Experiments on Obedience.”American Psychological Association. 1964.NotesAnalysis- The subject of an experiment has theexpectation that his “security and self-esteemwill be protected” (90)- Labs are not the correct place to studyobedience since they naturally produceanxiety. (90)- Milgram’s experiments disregard trust. (90)- Milgram did not treat the subjects withdignity and respect. (90)- The act of shocking made the learnersdisplay signs of great stress and anxiety, yetno halting of the experiment occurred (91)- Baumrind describes the manner in whichMilgram reports his finding as “detached” and“objective” (91)- Numerous examples of the displays of stressand tension the subjects underwent aredescribed (91 + 92)- Milgram says that the “momentary”suffering of subjects is worth the long-timegain (92)- Baumrinds finds the potential emotionaldisturbance in Milgram’s experiment as not

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