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Social psychologist Jerry Burger replicated Milgram's obedience experiment almost 50 years later at Santa Clara University. What fundamental conclusion was reached in this research program?

▸ Rates of obedience were only slightly lower than those obtained in the original Milgram experiments.

▸ Rates of obedience increased for female participants, but dropped significantly for male participants.

▸ Rates of obedience dropped to 10 percent, compared to the 65percent rate Milgram originally observed.

▸ Rates of obedience were double what they were compared to the original Milgram experiments.
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