Shock Experiment Stanley Milgram

Cite this article as: Praveen Shrestha, “Shock Experiment Stanley Milgram,” in Psychestudy, January 26, 2018, During the World War 2, Jews, Gypsies, Slavs, homosexuals and other enemies of the state were slaughtered by the Nazis. The war criminals of the World War 2 later revealed in the trials following the war that they were merely following orders and could not be held accountable for their actions. Their defense was based on obedience. Any rational mind obviously refuses to believe such absurd justification of the horrendous actions that occurred during the holocaust. Stanley Milgram, a psychology professor at Yale University, … Continue reading Shock Experiment Stanley Milgram