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Sheridan and King
Supports agency theory and found females to be more obedient. (Milgram with puppies)
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Gupta
Supports agency theory and found males accept 27% of responsibility.
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Milgram
Supports agency theory and situation as a reason for obedience (electric shocks).
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Burger
Supports agency theory (Milgram but ethical).
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Kilham and Mann
Found culture and gender were reasons for obedience. 16% females obey, 40% males obey (Milgram in Australia).
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Sherif
Supports realistic conflict theory. Boys in Robber's Cave.
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Clark and Clark
Dispute social identity theory (African American children).
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Lalonde
Supports social identity theory (hockey team).
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Rank and Jacobsen
Disputes agency theory, found situation was a reason for obedience. 2/18 nurses obeyed.
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French and Raven
Dispute agency theory. People obeyed Milgram due to legitimate authority.
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Shanab and Yahya
Supports culture and development as a reason for obedience. 73% children obey, 62.5% students obey (Milgram in Jordan).
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Allport
Supports realistic conflict theory and situation as reason for prejudice, and gives ways to reduce prejudice.
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Pettigrew
Supports culture as a reason for prejudice. UK, Frrance, West Germany and the Netherlands prejudice for same reasons.
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Brown
Supports situation as a reason for prejudice as personality is stable.
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Cooper and Whitney
Personality and situation are reasons for prejudice shown by Holocaust.
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Richard
Supports situation and personality as a reason for prejudice. Meta-analysis of 322 studies.
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Altemeyer
Personality is reason for prejudice. Right wing authoritarianism.
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Guimond
Culture is reason for prejudice. Pro-diversity means less anti-Muslim.
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Dollard
Supports realistic conflict theory and situation causing prejudice (German immigrants).
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Heslam and Reicher
Supports social impact theory (BBC Zimbardo).
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Tyerman and Spencer
Disputes realistic conflict theory and culture is reason for prejudice (Sherif but UK)
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Andreeva
Supports realistic conflict theory and culture is reason for prejudice (Sherif but Russia).
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Hofling
Supports agency theory. 21/22 nurses obey.
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Schurz
Supports culture and personality (locus of control) as reasons for obedience (Milgram but Austria).
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Adorno
Supports personality as a reason for obedience. Authoritarian personality.
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Tajfel and Turner
Supports social identity theory (boys rewarding in-group).
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Akrami
Supports situation as a reason for obedience (Germans in WW2).
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Letane
Supports diffusion of responsibility (divisional effect). When alone, 85% help, when with others, 20% help (heart attack).
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Sedikides and Jackson
Supports divisional effect and social impact theory (zookeeper).
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Found culture and gender were reasons for obedience. 16% females obey, 40% males obey (Milgram in Australia).

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