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6. Which of these was not a prod?
- This experiment depends on you
- You have no other choice but to continue.
- Please continue
- It is absolutely essential that you continue.
- The experiment requires you to continue.
7. True or false, this experiment was ethically sound.
8. Where were the participants from?
- Boston, Massachusetts, America
- Harrow, London, England
- New Haven, Connecticut, America
- Denver, Colorado, America
9. What was the back-ground story to conducting the experiment?
- Cuban Revolution
- The Cold War
- Genocide in Germany (WWII)
- Rwanda Genocide
10. What did the confederate wear?
- Shirt and tie
- Grey technician's coat
- White laboratory coat
11. What percentage of participants carried on to the full 450V?
12. From what profession was the gentleman giving the orders?
- Biology teacher
- Car mechanic
13. What was the average voltage given?
14. What was the sample shock issued to the participants to demonstrate?
15. What University did the experiment take place?
- Yale University
- MIT University
- Harvard University
- Stanford University
16. Which separate prod was used if the participant asked if the learner could suffer permanent physical injury
- The participant volunteered to take part which means you do not have to concern yourself with the damage, so please go on
- This is painful however will not cause death, so please go on
- Although the shocks may be painful, there is no permanent tissue damage, so please go on
- It is not your responsibility, so please go on
17. What type of experiment was conducted?
18. How was the experiment advertised to participants?
- University college notice board
- Television broadcast
- Newspaper advert
- Radio advert
19. How much money were the participants paid?
- $3.20 and $1 for travel
- $4.50 and 50¢ for travel
- $10.00 and 10¢ for travel
- $1.00 and 50¢ fro travel
20. What was the confederate called?
- Mr Abu
- Mr Hargrave
- Mr Wallace
- Mr Johnson