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The Stanford Prison Experiment has become one of psychology's most dramatic illustrations of how good people can be transformed …

The Stanford Prison Experiment (SPE) took place in 1971

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During the real experiment the prisoners were "arrested" at their homes and "charged" with armed robbery. The local Palo Alto police department assisted Zimbardo with the arrests and conducted full booking procedures on the prisoners, which included... ...

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PZ: In any situation where someone is trying to convince you to do something, it is critical to and do a . This might mean assessing a corporate decision or being “street smart” in a rough neighborhood. Then decide explicitly: (i) What is the thing to do (usually the hardest)? and (ii) What is the thing to do (which may be right or wrong)? Then make a clear decision – clear of semantics, of a boss putting his arm over your shoulder to bring you into the team, of any other verbal or non-verbal influences. With this approach, if an unethical choice is made, it can be acknowledged and remedied. Also, never forget that one person’s decision can influence the final outcome of the majority. In that old infamous Stanford Prison Experiment, it would have taken only one student to halt the experiment, even by bursting out laughing and saying it was all ridiculous.

 

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In 1971, twenty-four male students are selected to take on randomly assigned roles of prisoners and guards in a mock prison situated in the basement of the Stanford psychology building.

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When the principal investigator of the experiment speaks with his colleague, the colleague says that he will see him at the beginning of the semester. Stanford does not have semesters; rather, it has a quarter academic calendar.