The Milgram experiment is a famously controversial exercise that that Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram carried out in 1963. It basically tested the limit of human obedience, and found that we're pretty darn willing to listen to authority. This experiment was replicated in 2017 and, surprisingly, the results didn't stray far from what happened in the '60s — and that's important and beneficial for us to realize.
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Written by Curiosity Staff March 31, 2017
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