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"Prisoner 819 did a bad thing!" chants Experiment Footage 00:08
Guard's emotional testimony Experiment Footage 00:23
Parole Board meeting Experiment Footage 00:51

The Power and Pathology of Imprisonment: Statement of Philip G. Zimbardo, Hearings Before Subcommittee no. 3 of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Second Congress, First Session on Corrections, Part II. Prison, Prison Reform, and Prisoner's Rights: California. October 25, 1971
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with Philip Zimbardo, 1933- (District of Columbia: United States. Government Printing Office, 1971, originally published 1971), 22 page(s)
with Philip Zimbardo, 1933- (District of Columbia: United States. Government Printing Office, 1971, originally published 1971), 22 page(s)
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Prescott Interview, NBC, 2005
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written by Carlo Prescott, fl. 2004, in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483.3, Folder 1: Prescott interview, NBC, 2005 (Stanford, CA: The Stanford Daily, 2005, originally published 2005), 6 page(s)
written by Carlo Prescott, fl. 2004, in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483.3, Folder 1: Prescott interview, NBC, 2005 (Stanford, CA: The Stanford Daily, 2005, originally published 2005), 6 page(s)
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in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933- (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, originally published 1971), 15 page(s)
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The Psychology of Evil
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(2008),
Source: www.ted.com
Philip Zimbardo knows how easy it is for nice people to turn bad. In this talk, he shares insights and graphic unseen photos from the Abu Ghraib trials. Then he talks about the flip side: how easy it is to be a hero, and how we can rise to the challenge.
(2008),
Source: www.ted.com
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Psychology of Power
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with Betsy Sparrow (New York, NY: Alexander Street, 2008), 23 mins
This program explores the nature of power and considers such issues as balance, influence, responsibility, and abuses of power. It outlines the sources of power and discusses normative and informational influences. The DVD shows how the maintenance of the power status quo leads to victim degradation and highlights...
with Betsy Sparrow (New York, NY: Alexander Street, 2008), 23 mins
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Quiet Rage: The Stanford Prison Experiment
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with Philip Zimbardo, 1933- (Stanford, CA: Philip G. Zimbardo and Stanford University, 2004), 52 mins
About the Stanford Prison Experiment In the summer of 1971, Philip Zimbardo, Craig Haney, and Curtis Banks carried out a psychological experiment to test a simple question: What happens when you put good people in an evil place – does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? To explore this question, colleg...
with Philip Zimbardo, 1933- (Stanford, CA: Philip G. Zimbardo and Stanford University, 2004), 52 mins
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17: Beyond Conformity: Revisiting Classic Studios and Exploring the Dynamics of Resistance
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edited by Matthew Hornsey and Jolanda Jetten; with Stephen D. Reicher, fl. 1984 and S. Alexander Haslam, 1962-; in Rebels in Groups: Dissent, Deviance, Difference, and Defiance (Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons, 2011, originally published 2011), [324]-344
edited by Matthew Hornsey and Jolanda Jetten; with Stephen D. Reicher, fl. 1984 and S. Alexander Haslam, 1962-; in Rebels in Groups: Dissent, Deviance, Difference, and Defiance (Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons, 2011, originally published 2011), [324]-344
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Research Materials From Computer Disk, Undated
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in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483.3, Folder 4: Research materials, Undated , 11 page(s)
in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483.3, Folder 4: Research materials, Undated , 11 page(s)
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Review of Causes of Crime: Biological Theories In the United States, 1800-1915
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with Maud A. Merrill, fl. 1938, in Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 36 no. 9, November 1939, pp. 799-800 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Psychological Bulletin, 1938, originally published 1938), 2 page(s)
with Maud A. Merrill, fl. 1938, in Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 36 no. 9, November 1939, pp. 799-800 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Psychological Bulletin, 1938, originally published 1938), 2 page(s)
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Revising Debates in Psychology, Individualistic and Situational Explanations
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presented by Harriet Carmichael, fl. 2005 and Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; produced by ShortCutsTV, in Revising Debates in Psychology (Leicester, England: ShortCutsTV, 2018), 6 mins
This revision video examines the difference between individual and situational psychological explanations for people's behaviour, using a range of classic studies (Zimbardo, Milgram, Latane and Darley) to illustrate, apply and evaluate situational approaches.
presented by Harriet Carmichael, fl. 2005 and Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; produced by ShortCutsTV, in Revising Debates in Psychology (Leicester, England: ShortCutsTV, 2018), 6 mins
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