Interviews with Milgram participants provide little support for the contemporary theory of “engaged followership”

Stanley Milgram’s experiments in the 1960s – in which ordinary volunteers gave what they thought was a deadly electric shock to another participant – have been taken by many to show our propensity for blind obedience.

Read more: https://digest.bps.org.uk/2017/12/12/interviews-with-milgram-participants-provide-little-support-for-the-contemporary-theory-of-engaged-followership/

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