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One day, Milgram and his friend Solomon set together to discuss about their own theories and their results of their experiments.
So Asch, how was your experiment? Tell me again, why did you start it?
Oh yes, it went really well. Well, I started this experiment to investigate the extent t which social pressure from a majority of group occurs.
I have found out that the majority of the people (75%) conformed at least once when other people gave out a different answer to the real one. Then, 32% of the people conformed clearly with the incorrect answer. So basically, I have found out that even though an individual believes that they are right, the social pressure will make certainty to uncertainty.
Oh really? I have found out something very similar to you! Well let me tell you why. So I started this experiment as I was interested in researching how far people can go in obeying on instruction even it involves on harming the others.
What I did on the experiment was that I made the confederate to be the learner and the participant to be the teacher. I made the teacher ask the question on the other side of the room to the learner, and if they get the question wrong, the teacher had to el the learner. But the most important part of this was the person who was looking at the teacher.
Oh yes, by the pressure given to the teacher from the watcher, the teacher more confidently could give electric shocks to the learners.
What about him?
Oh I see! Very interesting. Well, I guess we both have the same perspective. The Sociocultural Perspective.
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