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  • Aim: To investigate peoples estimates on obedience, disobedience and whistle-blowing To investigate the dispositional factors of obedience.
  • Method: 8 pilot studies carried out on 92 participents.to make sure procedure credible (don't guess experiment) & ethical. 149 (96 females 53 males) took part in experimental procedure.139 participants were surveyed about how they and others would respond in experimental procedure. All undergrads Vu uni of Amsterdam with age of 20.8, voluntary sample recruited by flyers in cafeteria.
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  • Step 1 : Each paid £7 .Told by stern experimenter needed them to write a statement recruiting other uni students to join sensory deprivation experiment. Told that had done it before and participants had panicked and asked for it to be stopped but wasn't. told would get paid future job and that had to include words superb and excited in statement.
  • we asked for it to be stopped. But they didn't listen.
  • Join the sensory deprivation experiment . It will be superb and excellent
  • Step 2: participants left in room with computer to compose their statement, along with a mailbox and ethics committee form. Obedience/ disobedience assessed by if wrote their statement, whistle blowing filling out committee form.
  • Ethics committee form
  • After 7 min participants led to room where given dispositional measures. Measured six personality traits another religiosity and social values.
  • Separately 138 participants asked to give estimates obedience levels in situation of what they would do and other uni students.
  • i would whistle blow but only about 37.8% would whistle blow
  • Results: Estimates of selves, others and actual value: 3.6%, 18.8%, 76.5% obey, 64.5%, 37.3% ,9.4%blow whistle, 31.9%, 43.9,14.1% disobey.
  • conclusion:People are very obedient and are very unlikely to whistle blow. Little or no evidence to suggest that dispositional factors effect obedience.
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