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    Describe how Milgram's study illustrates social groups. How do you think this type of study has impacted how social scientists research this type of human behavior? Do you think this type of research should be done? Why or why not?

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    Milgram's study is interesting. The study was set up so that the participant did not really know what was happening. The participant would be placed in a room with an authority figure. There would also be "another participant" in another room hooked up to a fake electrical stimulation device. The actual participant did not know the device was fake but the "other participant" did. The "other participant" would be asked questions and if he answered incorrectly then the ...

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    This solution provides an overview of the Milgram Experiment.

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