The Milgram's Obedience Study

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The Milgram 's obedience study showed that Stanley Milgram, a professor conducted an experiment to show how people can be influence by obedience to authority. Milgram set out to prove that an individual can carry out orders given, even though he or she knows that it is a inhuman test that is being given. The people used in this experiment were deceive from the start of Milgram test and his work was identified by Roger Brown as 'the most important psychological research ' done in his generation. Milgram had murdered thousand and thousand of European Jews, he had recruited 780 subjects and wanted to prove that these New Haven citizen transformed into brutal Nazis without much difficulties, Soc. (2013)50:623). Milgram 's treatment of
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