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Milgram films. Accessed 4 October 2006.
See Milgram (1974), p. 195
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Milgram, old answers. Accessed 4 October 2006.
Wolfson,``n`n` ` `` ` xb b` zj` b Andrew. A hoax most cruel. The Courier-Journal. October 9, 2005.
Jury finds Stewart not guilty in McDonald's hoax case. The Courier-Journal. October 31, 2006.
The Tenth Level at the Internet Movie Database. Accessed 4 October 2006.
I as in Icarus at the Internet Movie Database. Accessed 4 October 2006.
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Includes an interview with one of Milgram's volunteers, and discusses modern interest in, and scepticism about, the experiment.
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The Milgram Re-enactment, 2002. Color, Exact re-enactment of one condition of the obedience experiment. Created by conceptual UK artist Rod Dickinson.
Atrocity, 2005. Award-winning short film re-enacting the experiment.
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Delaying gratification: Sacrificing present comfort for future gains.
Acceptance of responsibility: Accepting responsibility for one's own decisions.
Dedication to truth: Honesty, both in word and deed.
Balancing: Handling conflicting requirements. Scott Peck talks of an important skill to prioritize between different requirements -- bracketing.
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