Stanley Milgram's Ethical Controversy

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A lot of research is considered “ethically questionable” in the world of psychology. In order to get answers scholars have gone to extreme measures to gather information. Many of which are very controversial but where do we draw the line? The main concern is the safety and well being of participants. Stanley Milgram (1963) is infamous for his methods of study, he is known for his obedience experiments. His techniques in research are very questionable often misleading participants and not providing all of the information about the study. I believe that study’s like this were indeed useful despite the ethical shortcomings. A lot can be said and everyone has their opinion but questions were answer and data was collected. Now I may not

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