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We Do What Were Told (Milgrams 37) (LP Version)

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  1. Sep 08,  · The purpose of the experiment was to determine how far people were willing to go in order to obey the commands of an authority figure. Milgram found that 65% of participants were willing to deliver the maximum level of shocks despite the fact that the learner seemed to be in serious distress or even unconscious.
  2. The Milgram Experiment To demonstrate the ease with which power can be used to coerce people, Stanley Milgram conducted a scientific experiment that demonstrated how far people will go when confronted with someone who has power and is in a position of authority.
  3. Apr 03,  · hmm. thanks for the info. i did see pg in and he did that song, but i dont know if he ever did it in subsequent tours. i have it on a boot, and it's good. would like to hear a better sounding live version. the obseessive collector in me wants to seek this out, even though by now there are so many gabe rarities i dont have.
  4. Jun 05,  · Peter Gabriel performing We Do What We're Told (Milgram's 37) live at the O2 Arena, London on 22nd October
  5. The Boot FAQ from the old official site forum is now available practoturttaltiepresarfluxisopalen.xyzinfo thanks to Eric R. The Farm tape list is also available here. Over recent months, a couple of fantastic sounding soundboard recordings have become available on the Wolfgang's Vault site. Although unavailable as yet to download in lossless format, you can hear a couple of Genesis and Phil Collins gigs streamed to your computer.
  6. Dec 17,  · In the most well-known version of Stanley Milgram's experiment, the 40 male participants were told that the experiment focused on the relationship between punishment, learning, and memory. The experimenter then introduced each participant to a second individual, explaining that this second individual was participating in the study as well.
  7. Mar 03,  · There are quite a few things wrong with the Milgram experiments but for me, the biggest issue is how the subjects were treated during and after the experiments. They were essentially forced into ‘killing’ a person simply for a psychological study.
  8. Mar 23,  · Milgram’s study is a series of experiments conducted by psychologist Stanley Milgram, which measured the willingness of study participants to obey an authority figure who instructed them to do various tasks of moral conflict.
  9. Jul 24,  · The pairs were moved into separate rooms, connected by a microphone. The teacher read aloud a series of word pairs, such as “red–hammer,” which the learner was instructed to memorize. The teacher then read the target word (red), and the learner was to select the original paired word from four alternatives (ocean, fan, hammer, glue).

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