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2. Which variation had the least effect on obedience?

  • When the envirnoment was changed
  • When there were rebelling confederates
  • When the experimenter wasn't in the room
  • Moving the victim closer

3. In one of his variations, what did Milgram do to stop the experimenter causing participant effects?

  • All of the above
  • Took him out of the room and used a telephone to keep in touch
  • Blindfolded the participant
  • Took him out of the room

4. What did Milgram think about the perceived cause of the study in relation to the high levels of obedience?

  • That the cause seemed legitamate and so this could be a possible reason why the levels of obedience were so high
  • That the purpose of the study would have seemed ridiculous in relation to the method of the study
  • That it had no relevance whatsoever to the results

5. What did Milgram tell his pps the purpose of the study was?

  • To test the effect of electric shocks on the human body
  • To test the participant moral strain when giving electric shocks
  • To test human learning
  • To test obedience


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