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August 30, 2013 at 2:44 pm

Miserandino and Psychology Students Present Research at Obedience to Authority Conference

Leathem, Stoll, and Baker

From left to right, Jessica Leathem, Harrison Stoll, and Zachary Baker.

On Aug. 8, Dr. Marianne Miserandino, professor of psychology, and Arcadia University psychology students presented the results of a research project, titled “Does Milgram’s Obedience to Author Still Apply? Obedience in the Context of Identity Theft in the US and South Africa,” at the Obedience to Authority Conference, held at Nipissing University, Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada. It was joint project by Jessica Leathem ’12, Zachary Baker ’13, and Harrison Stoll ’13, with colleagues in South Africa supervised by Adam Levy, adjunct professor of psychology, and Miserandino.

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