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2. "Foot in the door" obedience refers to:

  • The idea individuals will obey commands in small increments
  • None of the above
  • The idea of passing responsibility onto another individual
  • The idea that participants felt the experimenter was part of their 'ingroup'

3. What percentage of participants continued onto the 150v point when a confederate stopped at 75v? (Berger, 2009)

  • 45%
  • 63%
  • 50%
  • 75%

4. Why did Berger choose to stop his experiment once the 150v point was reached?

  • In Milgrams experiment, this was the point at which most participants began to object
  • None of the above
  • In Milgrams experiment, this was the point at which most participants would continue onto the lethal voltage
  • In Milgrams experiment, this was the point at which most participants refused to continue

5. Which of the following was NOT a finding of the Sprecher and Felmlee (1997) longitudinal study?

  • Most participants reported a global imbalance of power
  • Men were perceived as more powerful by males
  • Those who were perceived as more emotional were perceived as more powerful
  • The results were found to be stable over time

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