One of the scientific benefits of Milgram's study is that it permitted what?
In an interview with Milgram prior to his experiment, he stated that...
He thought that people would be willing to obey unjust orders.
He thought that people would not be willing to obey unjust orders.
He thought that some would obey, and some would not, he wasn't too sure.
What did Mandel (1998) find that disproved the scientific benefits of Milgram's study?
That a group of German policemen during the holocaust had obeyed similar orders that Milgram gave to his participants.
That a group of German policemen during the holocaust behaved quite differently to Milgram's study.
That a group of French policeman during the holocaust had been killed by Germans.
Milgram exposed his participants to much psychological harm. As well as this, he deprived his participants of what?
The right to withdraw.
The right to eat lunch.
The right to conform to social desirability bias.
In justifying the means to his experiment, what percentage of people told Milgram that they "felt glad to have participated"?
Zimbardo's prison study showed similar scientific benefits to Milgram's in that it showed the __________ effects on behaviour.
How many prisoners were released early due to extreme depression? And after how many days was the experiment ended?
What did Savin (1973) say about Zimbardo's study?
"the ends justified the means"
"the ends did not justify the means"
In terms of methodology, what is one of the scientific benefits of the case study of HM?
HM had memory loss, and so he could not remember who he was.
Case studies can provide rich detail into someones life.
The study was retrospective, and this is good.
The study of HM raised massive issues with?
Social Desirability Bias