*Everyone does the same as others before
*Goes along 37%
*Went along for different reasons
*Only a few people went along with their own answer
*test comparing lines
*5 were involved
*one volunteer who doesn't know he's the only experimenter.
*Went along with each other to get the volunteer to follow.
*outcome was 37%
-30 switches marked from 15 volts to 450 volts
-40 people were chosen to test the theory
-the learner didn't really get shocked
-the teacher got shocked to make it more believable
-the subject watches the student get strapped in the chair.
-this is to see if a stranger will be obedient and give a shock t a stranger.
-Fake memory test.
-The learner receives the shocks, and the teacher gives the shocks.
-Teacher watches the actor get strapped in the chair.
* one of the most controversial experiments
* they want to see if people will obey authority
* they shock the learner
* the voltage goes up every time the wrong answer is picked
* it goes from 15-450 volts
One actor and one real person
They think its a memory test
They have to shock the person if they get it wrong
They machine goes up to a deadly 450 volts
The people who dont wanna do it are told to proceed with the experiment
People were called in to take a "memory test."
Only one person involved is not an actor.
The real test is to see if people will deliver leathel electric shocks to others.
One is a teacher. The other is a learner. It is rigged so that the real participant is always the teacher.
The teacher is supposed to electricute the learner when they answer wrong.
Shocking through lighting
They are aware of the pain
most called it off but some cracked
they did it in the name of science
- One of the most controversial experiments
-Twelve people were called in to what they though was a memory test
- The experiment is meant to test people's obedience to authority
- The teacher gives shocks to the learner every time the learner gets an answer wrong (the volts get higher each time and it goes from 15 to a lethal 450 volts)
- The teacher and the learner can't see each other but they can hear each other. The teachers keep on given the learner shocks even though they feel very uncomfortable of doing it and even though it's lethal they keep on going because the doctor tells them too
experiment tricks subject into thinking he/she is shocking a person if they get the wrong answer
When learner get it wrong they get shocked and voltage goes up.
They get to see the man getting strapped and teacher gets shocked to know that this is real
Teacher will not see student because she is in a seperate room
The learner is a pre record screaming and yelling for help pushing the teacher to stop
- The real experiment is controversial and tests if ordinary law-abiding people will give a stranger a possibly lethal electric shock in the name of science due to listening to authority.
-The subjects are told it is a scientific study of memory.
- One subject is real, the other is an actor and the drawing is rigged so that the teacher is always the real subject.
-The teacher sees the actor being strapped up in the chair and set with electrodes.
- Every time the learner gets a question wrong, the teacher is supposed to continue to shock him, going up a bit every time.
-to see if people will go along with the experiment even tho they're "hurting" someone
-sending shocks to the other "participant" for every wrong question
-everyone is given a specific role
-goes up to 400 volts
-point of experiment is to see if the teachers will go along with it in the name of science or quit their assignment
-In 1961, Stanley Milgram devised a test to see if law-abiding people will give a subject a lethal dosage of voltage
-Test subjects come in, meet another "subject", who is actually an actor
-He tells them it's a test on learning and behavior, tells them that it's random who will be the teacher and the learner, but really it's been planned
-The subject observes the learner being strapped in and attached to the machine
-The teacher begins to ask several questions, for each answer, raising the voltage by 15 volts
-The test was meant to test how willing people are to following authority
-12 Subjects where used to see if they would listion to the person in charge.
-The Teacher is shown that the learner is trapped down.
-The teacher is given a quick shock to show that its live.
- The learner is taken out of the room.
- When the teacher shocks the subject that isn't there is an audio so that they think its someone there
The volunteers thought there were there for a memory test. Then they pick to be a student or a teacher. the teacher was always the volunteer. The volunteer watches the student get strapped in a chair. Then they ask then questions. If they get the any of them wrong they well get shocked. The more you get wrong the higher the voltage. After a while the volunteer thought they were really hurting someone but it was just a question. The volunteer kept going with the experiment because a guy with authority like figure said so.
1. Milgram made an experiment to see if someone would cause harm to someone else because an authority figure tells them to.
2. The subjects are told its about memory. They are the "teacher". And the actor is always the "learner". And they are put in separate rooms.
3. The punishment for getting the wrong answer is electric shock, from 15 to 450 volts. The voltage increase with each wrong answer. The learner doesn't receive any real shock, though.
4. The subject hears a pre-recorded tape of the learner begging them to stop. The subject is told to continue ,anyway.
5. Most continued.
- A test to see how long a person will give a stranger an electric shock
- They watch the person get strapped to the chair but once they get started they can't see him anymore
- From 15 to 450 volts. They got a test shock to show them how it's supposed to feel
- They got told it was okay to do it so they did it
- They kept inflicting pain on people because they were told to
-1 volunteer (teacher) is used and 2 actors are used (professor) and (learner-shocked).
-The teacher will be next door and infront of the shock machine, not able to see the learner but can hear them (recording). Each time the learner is wrong the teacher has to up the volts by 15 each time.
-When the volunteers want to give up the professor convinves them they will be okay, and the experiment requires them to carry on.
-Milgram tested to see if the volunteers would go on and shock the people more or give up.
-Most of the people listened to the authorities and went on.
- In 1961 Milgram designed a test to see if people would administer a lethal electric shock to someone when told to
- A "scientist" explains that the experiment is ment to test memory, with a punishment of electric shock
- The participant is always the teacher, an actor is the learner, the teacher is shown the learner being strapped into a chair and electrodes attached to them, the teacher is then shown the "shock generator"
- Every time the learner gets a multiple choice question wrong, they are given an electric shock by the teacher, increasing in magnitude for every wrong answer, at higher voltages sounds of someone shouting in pain are played for the teacher to hear, no one actually gets shocked
- The point of the experiment is to see if the test subject will continue with the experiment when they are told they have to by an authority figure, even when they know they are hurting someone, and may want to stop
- lethal shock
- fake memory test
- actor gets question wrong, volts go up
- encouraged to keep going
- simple question
1. See if subject would give someone else a lethal shock.
2. see if subject would kill someone just because someone with authority said so.
3. see how far subject would obey authority.
4. fake memory test.
5. Most subjects kept going because they were told to keep going
*Social experiment Shocking volunteers if they get an answer wrong
*force to go on
*More and more pain
*Doctor will not let them stop
No one called the police
they did nothing
the killer stabbed and left
the city was shocked