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How might someone who unknowingly is committing the fundamental attribution error explain Stanley Milgram’s obedience study?

a. Subjects in that study were highly influenced by the power of Milgram and his team. b. Subjects in that study desired a high degree of positive reinforcement. c. Subjects in that study wanted to be part of Milgram’s group. d. Subjects in that study must have been the kind of people that like to hurt others.

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