Obedience - Milgram

Quiz by Jen Curran

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20 questions
• Q1

A form of social influence that involves following the direct orders of an authority figure is...

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• Q2

A form of social influence that involves following the direct orders of an authority figure

Minority influence

Conformity

Obedience

Majority influence

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• Q3

An example of deception in Milgram's study was:

The participants were told they could leave at any time

The participants were told they would be paid \$4.50

A lot of the participants experienced some anxiety and stress

The drawing of lots to decide roles was fixed so the participant was always the Teacher

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• Q4

The Learner in Milgram's study was a genuine participant.

false
true
True or False
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• Q5

The maximum voltage on the shock generator was 450v.

true
false
True or False
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• Q6

Milgram's participants were:

Volunteers

A mixture of men and women

From Britain

Randomly selected

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• Q7

Match the statements to the most appropriate % rate

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• Q8

Match up the statements

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• Q9

Milgram collected both quantitative and qualitative data

true
false
True or False
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• Q10

For variations of Milgram’s experiment, which of the following statements is true?

When the experimenter and two disobedient confederates were in the same room as the participant, obedience levels increased.

When the experimenter and two obedient confederates were in the same room as the participant, obedience levels decreased

When the experimenter was in a different room to the participant, obedience levels decreased.

When the experimenter gave instructions over the phone, obedience levels increased.

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• Q11

What effect did each variation have on obedience?

Sorting
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• Q12

Organise the evaluation points in to strengths and limitations of Milgram's study

Sorting
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• Q13

Match each of the variations of Milgram's study with it's correct obedience rate.

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• Q14

Organise each of the variations under the most appropriate situational variable that is Milgram is investigating