What is blind obedience?


What is blind obedience?

Milgram Experiments:

Stanley Milgram was a psychological researcher who conducted experiments to see whether people would do as they were told even if these actions resulted in harm to another human being. He conducted his studies in 1963.

Answer and Explanation:

Blind obedience is when people, regardless of whether they believe what they are doing is morally, ethically, or legally right, do what they are told...

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Obedience & Authority in Psychology: Stanley Milgram's Experiment

from Psychology 101: Intro to Psychology

Chapter 10 / Lesson 8

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