1. When the experiment began, what happened?
- The teacher shocks the learner at each correct answer
- The teacher shocks the learner. The learner is quiet throughout
- The teacher shocks the learner at each wrong answer. The learner frequently complains of pain
- The researcher shocks the learner whilst the teacher reads the word list
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2. How were the participants selected?
- Volunteering via a newspaper advert
- Opportunity; Milgram selected whoever was near the lab
3. How were the roles (teacher and learner) given out?
- Through a rigged draw which always assigned the naive participant role of teacher
- The researcher decided
- Through a rigged draw which always assigned the naive participant role of learner
- Through a draw
4. What did Milgram conclude?
- We are socialised to recognise authority and to react with obedience
- We are socialised to be neutral
- We are socialised to disobey
- We are socialised to disrespect authority figures
5. How was obedience measured?
- By how many times the researcher had to encourage the teacher to continue
- By how far up the generator the teacher went
- By how many times the teacher hesitated to shock the learner
- By how many times the teacher refused to obey