I wrote my Unit 3 Paper on situationism. In my paper, I argued that the experiments by Zimbardo and Milgram that formed the foundation for situationism were invalid, making situationism unjustified. In this topic as a whole, I learned that an inductive inference is a generalization made with evidence and that they can be strong or weak. A weak inductive inference would be a small sample size AND a strong bias while a strong inductive inference is a large sample size OR no bias at all. Both experiments are biased and have small sample sizes, making them both invalid in my opinion.

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