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I found the review made in 2012, which has India results among others: Blass, T. (2012). A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Studies of Obedience Using the Milgram Paradigm: A Review. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 6(2), 196–205. doi:10.1111/j.1751-9004.2011.00417.x But it is from 1983. I failed to found any East culture Milgram's experiment ...


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A background assumption is something implied or assumed by what you say, but not explicitly stated. For instance, if you say 'I feel happy'. It is implied or assumed that you exist. It is also implied or assumed that happiness exists. It is implied and assumed that you have feelings. It is implied that you have told the truth rather than a lie. A ...


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I think that one of the most basic and universal responses a person can have to music is engagement. When listeners are engaged with music, they follow the sounds closely connecting in an affective way to what they hear. Moreover, music listening and music therapy is becoming an important topic of social neuroscience scientific inquiry (Kamioka et al., 2014)....


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