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Location at Yale
Participants believed
that the university
must know what it
was doing and would
not allow people to be
harmed or their
prestigious reputation
would be harmed…read more

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Worthy purpose of study
Participants were told
that it was research that
was important and
needed to be carried out
­ they believed it was a
study of memory and
learning…read more

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Subjects believed the victim had
volunteered and consented
Participants felt that the other person
had chosen to be there of their own free
will and they should decide themselves if
they wanted to stop…read more

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Subject made a commitment
Once participants
had said yes, they
felt it was difficult
to go against the
commitment they
had made…read more

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They had been paid and an agreement
when money is involved is a strong bond…read more

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The role was a chance and it could
have been them
Participants felt that they
could have been the
`learner' and the one
receiving the shocks - they
questioned whether the
other person would have
stopped for them.…read more

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Could not compare the experience
to anything else
It is difficult to make decisions about
something we have no experience of…read more

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They were told that the shocks were
not harmful
Participants believed that this meant that
what they did was not seriously injuring
`Mr Wallace'…read more

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Up to the twentieth shock the victim
still provided an answer
If Mr Wallace
provided an
answer then
participants felt
that he was still
giving his consent
for them to
continue…read more


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