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The Findings vs. the Psychological Implications

A Review of Philip Zimbardo's Stanford Prison Experiment & Stanley Milgram's Experiment on Obedience

Lydia Van Raalte

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of The Findings vs. the Psychological Implications

The Findings vs. the Psychological Implications A Review of Philip Zimbardo's Stanford Prison Experiment & the Ethical Concerns surrounding it Stanford Prison Experiment: 1971 "What happens when you put people in an evil place? 24 students
2 weeks
75 applicants
Diagnostic interviews
Personality tests "The Yard" Shock: prisoners were arrested and blindfolded Rebellion Felt emasculated,
loss of individuality stocking caps
ripped #'s off smocks
barricaded in cells
taunt & curse guards The Aftermath Psychological tactics of harassment Prisoner Released The Outside Looking In Parents & Friends Day "Of course he can-he's a real tough kid, a leader." Mass Escape Priest Visit THE END Last Act of Rebellion Terminated: 08/20/71 Sexual, degrading abuse
Christina Maslach #819 Gresham Sykes wrote that "life in the maximum security prison is depriving or frustrating in the extreme", and little has changed to alter that view (Sykes 1958, 63). References

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Prison Psychology and the Stanford Prison. Radio Interview. Interview between Philip G. Zimbardo and NPR host. 2004. NPR.

Stannard, Matthew B. "Stanford experiment foretold Iraq scandal 'Inmates' got abused in psychology study." San Francisco Chronicle. http://www.sfgate.com/.

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Zimbardo, Philip G. 2006. On rethinking the psychology of tyranny: The BBC prison study. The British Journal of Social Psychology 1 45, , (March 1): 47-53. http://www.proquest.com/.

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