Obedience-Psychological Factors

Who talked about German forces in their argument against the Agentic State?
Mandel
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What did Mandel say about the Agentic State?
German forces killed without orders, despite them being part of an Agentic State.
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Why do some people disagree with justifying behaviour with the 'Agentic State'?
It gives people who have committed crimes an alibi
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Give the study (based on Milgram's) that supports the Autonomous State
Rank and Jacobson (refined version of Hofling's); 2/18 nurses complied
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Give the study that contradicts the Autonomous State
Milgram (65% obeyed to the maximum point, despite showing obvious signs of anxiety) & all supportive studies (e.g Hofling)
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What is a binding factor?
Something that causes you to obey, even against your morals, such as fear
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(LOA) Whose psychology students blamed the experimenter for the participants' behaviour?
Blass & Schmitt
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(LOA) Whose cross-culture research in Australia came back with only 16% reaching the max.?
Kilham & Mann
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(LOA) Whose cross-culture research in Germany came back with 85% reaching the max.?
Mantell
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(DA) Why would the soldiers have attacked (causing Mai Lai)?
The hierarchy of the soldiers over the civilians lead to destructive authority - Kelman & Hamilton
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Why might destructive authority be hard to measure?
'Destructive' is subjective
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