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hey guys i was just wondering, as i self teach myself psych AS edexcel, if anyone knows where to find notes on the 3 variations of milgram? it's the only thing i don't have atm, so it'd be great if someone could help. thanks
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I've got the information in hand right now as l am revising...l can type it up for you?

You mean all the variations?
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yes, if you don't mind that would be absolutely brilliant.
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and yeah all 3 variations
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and yeah all 3 variations
Proximity - involves how aware individuals are of the consequences of their actions in obeying authority figures. When the physical distance between the teacher and the learner in Milgram's study was made closer, participants were less able to divorce themselves from the consequences of their actions and so obedience rates were lower.


Location - of an environment can be relevant to the amount of perceived legitimate authority a person giving orders is seen to have. In locations that add to the perceived legitimacy of an authority figure, obedience rates will be higher. Obedience rates are often highest in settings where obedience to authority is instilled into members. For example, in the army, at school etc.


Uniform - the wearing of uniforms can give a perception of added legitimacy to authority figures when delivering orders, therefore increasing obedience rates.
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Proximity - involves how aware individuals are of the consequences of their actions in obeying authority figures. When the physical distance between the teacher and the learner in Milgram's study was made closer, participants were less able to divorce themselves from the consequences of their actions and so obedience rates were lower.


Location - of an environment can be relevant to the amount of perceived legitimate authority a person giving orders is seen to have. In locations that add to the perceived legitimacy of an authority figure, obedience rates will be higher. Obedience rates are often highest in settings where obedience to authority is instilled into members. For example, in the army, at school etc.


Uniform - the wearing of uniforms can give a perception of added legitimacy to authority figures when delivering orders, therefore increasing obedience rates.
THANK YOU SO MUCH OMG i could cry, thank you!!!
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