Milgram 1963

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What was the aim of Milgram's original study?
To test obedience to authority when it means physically harming someone else. Also, to see whether the Germans were different.
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Which famous university was the study held at?
Yale
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Participants - how many? How old? What gender?
40 males aged 20-50
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Who was the teacher and who was learner?
Participant was teacher and confederate was learner
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When did the participant have to give an electric shock?
When the learner got an incorrect answer or when they didn't respond
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What was the range of voltages?
15 volts to 450 volts (went up in 15s)
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What percentage of participants shocked up to 300 volts?
100%
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What percentage of participants shocked up to 450 volts?
65%
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