To earn the point,you must answer each question and number each answer. TYPE YOURANSWERS HERE. You are required to number each part of every answer. Forexample, 1a, 1b, etc. if applicable.Question 6: How do you think most people would respond, as the teacher, in Milgram’sprocedure for assessing obedience? To earn the point, explain your answerthoroughly. (1 pt.)TYPE YOUR ANSWER HERE.Question 7: a) Would subjects in the conformity studies be more likely to conform ifthey were with a group of friends instead of strangers? (1 pt.)b) If yes, why? If no, whynot? (1 pt.)To earn full credit, each question must be answered. TYPE YOURANSWERS HERE. You are required to number each part of every answer. Forexample, 1a, 1b, etc. if applicable.Question 8: Would high status members of a "natural" group of friends influencemiddle and low status members more and be influenced less themselves? To earn thepoint, you must explain your answer thoroughly. (1 pt.)TYPE YOUR ANSWERHERE.
2Question 9: Explain why this clip is a validation of Milgram's experimentaldemonstrations of obedience to authority? To earn the point, you must explain youranswer thoroughly. (1 pt.)TYPE YOUR ANSWER HERE.Question 10: Use the social psychological concepts of the power of the situation andthe fundamental attribution error to explain how good people can be made intoperpetrators of evil. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO USE BOTH TERMS TO EXPLAINHOW GOOD PEOPLE ARE CAPABLE OF EVIL. TO EARN FULL CREDIT, IT MUSTBE CLEAR TO ME WHICH CONCEPT YOU ARE DISCUSSING AT ANY GIVEN TIMEIN YOUR EXPLANATION. (2 pts.)TYPE YOUR ANSWER HERE.