In the Milgram obedience study, what prediction did experts make about how far participants would shock a learner simply because they were told to by an experimenter? A.Experts predicted that an equal number of participants would carry out the experiment to the maximum shock level or stop the experiment. B. Experts predicted that most participants would carry out the experiment to the maximum shock level. C. Experts predicted that all participants would carry out the experiment to the maximum shock level. D. Experts predicted that hardly anyone participants would carry out the experiment to the maximum shock level.

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In the Milgram obedience study, what prediction did experts make about how far participants would shock a learner simply because they were told to by an experimenter?

A.Experts predicted that an equal number of participants would carry out the experiment to the maximum shock level or stop the experiment.

B. Experts predicted that most participants would carry out the experiment to the maximum shock level.

C. Experts predicted that all participants would carry out the experiment to the maximum shock level.

D. Experts predicted that hardly anyone participants would carry out the experiment to the maximum shock level.

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