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c5cfac679b 1981; Powers and Geen 1972; Schurz 1985; Shanab and Yahya 1977, 1978).The fascination with the “evil” of these acts, and the counter intuitive nature of the high levels of obedience, minimized any sustained attention by researchers on those individuals who ultimately disobeyed the authority figure. Hence, despite the many cultural changes that may have occurred over these decades, and across these nations in western society, our data demonstrate that obedience rates have remained comparable and predictable knowing the primary situational variables. A cross-cultural study of obedience. This finding is consistent with that of a recent Milgram replication by Burger (2009), and with a meta-analysis conducted by Blass (1999).Focusing instead on disobedience rather than the traditional focus on obedience, we found that participants tended to disobey the experimenter either at the victim’s first request to be released or not at all (except for one participant who went on until the 14th trial). Understanding behavior in the Milgram obedience experiment: the role of personality, situations, and their interactions. A few respondents voiced two or more verbal dissents, especially among obedient participants. [Cross Ref]Schurz G.
Only behaviours for which there was 100% agreement between the raters were analyzed. Psychological Bulletin. Unpublished dissertation. doi: 10.1037/a0010932. His emotive reactions were also predetermined and their intensity increased as critical feedback turned more hostile. When the second participant (actually the confederate) arrived, they were both told that the study was investigating the relationship between stress, resilience, and problem solving abilities. The first time the Experimenter was told that the Performer wanted to leave, he replied by saying, “Such a thing has never happened!” Immediately after, probe 1 was used. It is also evident that our debriefing process did serve to mitigate any continuing stress among our participants.Having said all that, we are left with an effective paradigm for studying obedience and defiance to authority, one that avoids the systematic distortion in recall due to passage of time between act of defiance and personal reflection upon the psychological processes involved. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. In fact, through our paradigm it is possible to interview defiers immediately after their decision to exit from the situation, thus better able to explore the nature of their decision making process.