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Stanley Milgram (1502)

Interests
Personality and social, society for the psychological study of social issues
Nationality
American
Born
1933, New York, USA
Died
1984, New York, USA
Short Biography
Stanley Milgram (August 15, 1933 – December 20, 1984) was an American social psychologist, best known for his controversial experiment on obedience conducted in the 1960s during his professorship at Yale. Milgram was influenced by the events of the ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
Education
  • BA Queens College, New York, 1954
  • PhD Harvard University 1960
Appointments & Honors
  • Annual Socio-psychological Prize, AAAS, 1965
  • Executive Director, Comparative International Program, Department of Social Relations, Harvard, 1966-7
  • Fellow, APA, 1970-84, AAAS, 1971-84
  • Guggenheim Fellow, 1972-3
  • Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Graduate Center, City University of New York, 1980-4
  • Fellow, AAAS, 1983-4
Principal Publications
  • 1961 Nationality and conformity. Scientific American, 205, 45-51.
  • 1963 Behavioral study of obedience. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 67, 371-8.
  • 1965 Some conditions of obedience and disobedience to authority. Human Relations, 18, 57-76.
  • 1967 The small world problem. Psychology Today, 1, 60-1.
  • 1967 Obedience to criminal orders: The compulsion to do evil. Patterns of Prejudice, 1, 3-7.
  • 1969 Collective behavior: Crowds and Social Movements. In G. Lindzey and E. Aronson (eds), Revised Handbook of Social Psychology. Addison- Wesley (with H. Toch).
  • 1969 The lost letter technique. Psychology Today, 3, 30-3, 66, 68.
  • 1970 The experience of living in cities. Science, 167, 1461-8.
  • 1973 Television and Antisocial Behavior. Academic Press (with L. Shortland).
  • 1974 Obedience to Authority. Harper and Row.
  • 1975 The image freezing machine. ASMP Journal ofPhotography in Communications.
  • 1977 The Individual in a Social World. Addison- Wesley.