Methodology of Milgram

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In terms of reliability, Milgram's research was...
STRONG- repeated and retested easy- standardised procedure- each test the same i.e Mr Wallace picked the learner. Also repeated study with women strengthening reliability
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In terms of validity, Milgram's study is...
WEAK- lacked mundane realism- i.e wouldn't be asked to punish someone via electrocution in everyday life
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In terms of sampling, Milgram's study was...
WEAK- because there was gender bias (all male) and there was culture bias (all from New Haven)
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In terms of data, Milgram's study was...
STRONG- quantitative- comparisons with students (0-3% to full shock compared to the 65% of the experiment) Qualitative- 3 people had seizures- depth and detail
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In terms of ethics, Milgram's study was...
PROBLEMATIC- didn't realise they were actually shocking someone (deceived) but, they were debriefed afterwards
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