What can we learn from the Milgram experiment | Behavior | MCAT | Khan Academy

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  1. Good timing to re-watch this as people fall into reporting of their neighbours due to media and government propaganda that we are currently under with covid.

  2. Could you do a video on self serving bias please? Does it basically say that we think we selfes would never do a bad deed?

  3. So if I need to describe the Milgram effect shortly, it would be appropriate to say that it describes that normal people are able to hurt other people when it is ordered by an authority or someone who looks like authority? Thats all?!

  4. Reminds me of a Clint eastwood quote…

    You show me a man who has no enemy's and I'll show you a man that never stood for shit.

  5. Published on Apr 3, 2015
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    So much about "learning from I just followed the orders", no wonder why ""history repeats itself"

  6. Martial Law soldiers seem to treat people like objects. So who is responsible ? The soldiers or the leaders? or both?

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