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The study was advertised in a newspaper recruited male participants from different occupations between the ages of 20-50. All were paid $4.50 for their time and were from the New Haven area.
When the participants arrived at YAle University where the study took place, they were introduced to another man, who they thought was a participant but was in fact a confederate working for Milgrim.
The two men chose a piece of paper from the experimenter which allocatted them their roles as either teacher or learner. This process was set up so that the confederate would be the learner.
The experimenter takes the pair to a room were they are shown the shock machine. The teacher is given a shock of 45V to demonstrate that the machine is real. The learner is strapped to a chair and has electrodes attatched to his arms.
The experimenter explains to the teacher how to deliver the questions and to shock the learner for every wrong answer he gives. The test begins.
Up until 300V the learner does not protest to the volts, at 300V however he begins to complain nd demand to be let out. The reactions he gives are however a recording played to all teachers.
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