rebuke the resister for his or her behavior disobey the authority still obey

Rebuke the resister for his or her behavior disobey

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rebuke the resister for his or her behavior. disobey the authority. still obey the authority, but only if the authority has higher status than the resister. Add Question Here Question 225 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In Milgram’s follow-up experiments, when real subjects saw two other “teachers” (both actors) resist orders and walk out of the experiment, _____ percent continued to obey.
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Answer 10 33 48 65 Add Question Here Question 226 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In one of his experiments, Milgram had two actors portray "teachers" resisting orders and walking out of the experiment in front of the other "teachers" who were real subjects. Milgram found that when the real subjects viewed this resistance to an authority, they were more likely to Answer side with the authority and still obey the authority. rebuke the resisters for their behavior. disobey the authority. still obey the authority, but only if the authority has higher status than the resister. Add Question Here Question 227 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Assume that a supervisor tells an employee to falsify information for tax purposes. The employee would prefer not to do anything dishonest but is hesitant to disobey. Milgram's studies suggest the employee will be most likely to disobey if the Answer supervisor is only the employee's immediate superior. employee knows that another employee has refused. supervisor is not a person of particularly high status. supervisor gives the order in person. Add Question Here Question 228 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You are _____ if you are forced to change your beliefs or your behavior against your will. Answer being persuaded being coerced conforming obeying Add Question Here Question 229 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question During the Korean War, the Communist Chinese used _____ on prisoners of war to coerce them to sign false confessions. Answer cognitive dissonance mass media persuasion brainwashing cult conversion Add Question Here Question 230 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The mass murder/suicide at Jonestown, the Branch Davidian tragedy at Waco, the Heaven’s Gate group suicide in San Diego, and Osama Bin Laden’s al-Qaeda movement are examples of the use of Answer group compliance. informed consent. the door-in-the-face effect. forced attitude change. Add Question Here Question 231 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ is engineered or forced attitude change involving a captive audience. Answer Cognitive dissonance Groupthink Brainwashing Persuasion Add Question Here Question 232 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question An important difference between brainwashing and other types of persuasion is that brainwashing Answer requires a captive audience.
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