|Study Shows Yale Students are Psychotic|
|by Tom McGregor||Tue, Sep 9, 2014, 01:01 AM|
A team of psychologists has conducted a scientific study to prove that Yale students are prone to 'criminal psychotic' tendencies.
The New Zealand Herald reports that, "Volunteers, told they were taking part in an experiment on learning, were led to believe they were administering an electric shock to a man, dubbed the "learner" who had to memorise pairs of words."
A Yale student is quoted as saying that, "To be part of such an important experiment can only make one feel good."
According to the New Zealand Herald, "Frighteningly, in one test, nearly two-thirds of volunteers continued all the way to "lethal" voltage, even when the learner pleaded for mercy, wept or screamed in agony."
659 out of 800 Yale students participating in the survey revealed that they enjoyed the thought of potentially killing a human being through electric shock torture.
To read the entire article from the New Zealand Herald, link here:
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