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Prison Psychology and the Stanford Prison Experiment

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Prison Psychology and the Stanford Prison Experiment

Prison Psychology and the Stanford Prison Experiment

Prison Psychology and the Stanford Prison Experiment

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A look at prison behavior: In 1971, volunteer students acted so badly during a study of the psychology of prisoners and guards, the study had to be cut short.

Guest:

Philip Zimbardo
*Psychology professor at Stanford University
*Conducted Stanford Prison Experiment in 1971