Stanley Milgram's Experiment

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1. Stanley Milgram's conclusions in regards to his experiment were that 84% of the participants reported they were glad they were a part of the study and 1% regretted participating. Also, Milgram's participants revealed they learned to become "less likely to mindlessly obey authority figures and more likely to speak up for themselves and others" (Ruscio 56). Zimbardo's first conclusion was his experiment was out of control because the guards were escalating their abuse towards the prisoners. Second, he questioned the morality of his study after Christina Maslach visited the prison and said "It's terrible what you are doing to these boys!" (Zimbardo 2018). 2. I do not consider either of these studies ethical because I do not agree with human

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