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This is an amazing experiment in the history of psychology, the significance of it can not be underestimated. After 50 years of discussion I still don't think we are close to fully understanding all of the ramifications from its results. I hope people here who have not heard of it before will take some time to consider it. [[User:Tmtoulouse|Tmtoulouse]] 02:00, 27 April 2007 (EDT)
 
This is an amazing experiment in the history of psychology, the significance of it can not be underestimated. After 50 years of discussion I still don't think we are close to fully understanding all of the ramifications from its results. I hope people here who have not heard of it before will take some time to consider it. [[User:Tmtoulouse|Tmtoulouse]] 02:00, 27 April 2007 (EDT)
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:The main ramification I've taken from is that some people will do ANYTHING if an Authority Figure tells them to. --[[User:Gulik2|Gulik2]] 02:03, 27 April 2007 (EDT)

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This is an amazing experiment in the history of psychology, the significance of it can not be underestimated. After 50 years of discussion I still don't think we are close to fully understanding all of the ramifications from its results. I hope people here who have not heard of it before will take some time to consider it. Tmtoulouse 02:00, 27 April 2007 (EDT)

The main ramification I've taken from is that some people will do ANYTHING if an Authority Figure tells them to. --Gulik2 02:03, 27 April 2007 (EDT)