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Zimbardo's Stanford Prison Guard Experiment

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Zimbardo's Stanford Prison Guard Experiment
Prisoners
There were 24 college boys chosen out of 70 applicants (healthy, average, middle class)

To make the experiment more realistic
Stripped and sprayed convicts
Humiliate and make sure not bringing in germs
Issued a uniform
Dress/smock with no underclothes
ID number on front & back to make prisoner feel anonymous
Rubber sandals
Stocking cap
Chain bolted to right ankle
remind them where they were even when sleeping
Consequences
Works Cited
Zimbardo, Philip G. "Stanford Prison Experiment." The : A Simulation Study of the Psychology of Imprisonment. Stanford Prison Experiment, 1999. Web. 21 Nov. 2013. <http://www.prisonexp.org/>.

McLeod, S. A. (2008). Zimbardo - Stanford Prison Experiment - Simply Psychology. Retrieved from http://www.simplypsychology.org/zimbardo.html
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Given no training

Make up their own rules to command respect of prisoners
Guards
Did what they needed to demand authority and respect
Counts in middle of night
Push-ups as punishment
When prisoners rebelled the guards punished them
stripped
no beds
leaders of rebellion solitary confinement
Privilege cell for prisoners least involved in rebellion
kept prisoners from trusting each other
Everything controlled by guards
buckets in corner of cell
Prisoner #8612
Less than 36 hours in the prisoner began suffering from acute emotional disturbance

Given offer to receive no more guard harassment if he became an informant

After being told he could not leave he began to act crazy

Convinced prisoner was really suffering and had to release him
Visitation
Made prison environment seem more pleasant

When visitors came they had a high spirit towards the "fun experience" and they had to bring behavior under control
registered
half hour wait
two visitors per prisoner
ten minutes visiting time

With parents being upset over tired look with sons they asked a father if he thought his son could handle it
""Of course he can -- he's a real tough kid, a leader."
Just a Rumor
With rumor of escape going around there was concern for security of prison

The prison was denied permission to move prisoners to an old jail

Took apart prison, transport prisoners to unknown location, wait for the break in

Old roommate asked "What's the independent variable in this study"

Made him realize thinking more like superintendent rather than research psychologist

Closing
After 6 days the prison simulation was called off

3 types of guards
Gave the name "John Wayne" to most brutal guard

Things spiraled out of control and conditions became to horrible to leave prisoners inside jail

August 20, 1971 the study was terminated

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