The Stanley Obedience Study
A discussion on the significance of psychologist Stanley Milgram's Obedience Study in the context of social psychology under the behaviorist tradition.
# 53948 | 1,769 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2004 |
Published on Dec 06, 2004 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Psychology (Experimental) , Psychology (Social)
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This paper looks at how experimentation as a primary research method for determining human behavior is specifically utilized in psychologist Stanley Milgram's research on the nature of obedience among humans, popularly known as the "Behavioral Study of Obedience" and also known as the "Stanley Obedience Study". It analyzes the study in terms of its importance in studying the relationship between the individual and society, as well as critiques raised about the psychologist's research.
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