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Were Milgram's experiments ethical?

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Milgram started his experiments in 1961, shortly after the trial of the World War II criminal Adolph Eichmann had begun. Eichmann’s defense that he was simply following instructions when he... More
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Critique of the Milgram Experiment Ethics made experiments using deception illegal. The Stabley Milgram Experiment would never be allowed today.

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Ethical Issues of the Milgram Experiment - Yahoo Voices - voices.yahoo.com
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This article discusses the ethical issues in the Milgram study that studied obedience.

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Milgram's 1963 obedience experiment is still a disquieting study today - TwinCities.com
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"The experiment requires that you continue." If those words sound a bit ominous, it may be because you have at least a passing familiarity with "the most famous, or infamous, study in the annals of scientific psychology."

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The Australians are different – Participant biases of Milgram’s obedience study. | zhpsych
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Stanley Milgram’s 1963 study of obedience is one of the classic experiments in Psychology. In it, he wanted to test his hypothesis that “The German’s are different” based on the atrocities committed by German Nazi soldiers in World ...

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The Shocking Truth of the Notorious Milgram Obedience Experiments - The Crux | DiscoverMagazine.com
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Results of one of the most well-known psychology experiments in history may have been dramatically distorted by Milgram.

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How many people really went through with the Milgram Experiment?
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We've all heard of the infamous Milgram Experiment, in which subjects, with a little pressure from an authority figure, participated in a process that they believed shocked someone to death. But did far fewer people than reported actua...

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Curiosity: The Milgram Experiment : Video : Discovery Channel
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Take a look at how this version of the Milgram experiment unfolds in this Curiosity video.

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Psychology Secrets: People Aren’t as Evil as the Milgram Obedience Experiment Suggested | World of Psychology
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October marks the 50th anniversary of Yale University psychology researcher Stanley Milgram's first published paper on his infamous shock machine experiments.

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What Milgram’s Shock Experiments Really Mean: Scientific American
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Replicating Milgram's shock experiments reveals not blind obedience but deep moral conflict

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Author Interview: Gina Perry, Author Of 'Behind The Shock Machine' : NPR
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In the early 1960s, psychologist Stanley Milgram conducted a controversial study in which participants were led to believe they were administering painful, high-voltage shocks to other subjects. Gina Perry, author of Behind the Shock Machin...

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Questions about the Milgram experiment
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This experiment reminded me of a social psychologist's observations of people's behaviour in a Montreal school shelter after a major ice storm hit the region and people were out of power for weeks. The short of the story is people's... More

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