It seems like the brain abhors ambiguity and wants to make sense out of things, so we create for ourselves precepts of things that aren’t really there
It's often said that a good book or film gives us characters who are psychologically real - they react the way real people react, even if they're reacting to fantastical things like giant spiders. I think The Lord of the Rings acts as a good parable about obedience and agency. I hope this blog has illuminated MIlgram's theory and Social Impact for you as well.
The Psychology Wizard is Jonathan Rowe. I'm a teacher and writer, living in the Fens of Lincolnshire. It sure is flat here. I'm writing a Roman Horror Novel at the moment. Check out Tinderspark and The Thief Of Faces if you fancy a good read.