Milgram's study of obedience

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1. 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
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2. How did the learner perform at first?

  • Well, he gave few incorrect responses up to 75 volts
  • All of the above
  • Badly, he gave mostly incorrect answers
  • He gave all correct responses up to 50 volts

3. What voltage did the second rebelling teacher stop at?

  • 210 volts
  • 300 volts
  • 150 volts
  • 180 volts

4. What voltage did the first rebelling teacher stop at?

  • 150 volts
  • 210 volts
  • 300 volts
  • 450 volts

5. What happened to the levels of obedience in all of the studies?

  • It remined much the same
  • They were decreased
  • It increased

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