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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, Folder 8: Follow-up proposal by Zimbardo, 1972 , 8 page(s)
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in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT); with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984, Box 47 , 6 page(s)
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in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT); with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984, Box 47 , 1 page(s)
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written by Henry Riecken, in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT), Box 43 (originally published 1961), 1 page(s)
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in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT) (23 November 1960); with Henry Riecken, Box 43 (originally published 1960), 1 page(s)
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Ivan Pavlov
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Jane Elliott - Brown Eyes vs. Blue Eyes
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Introduces prejudice through the Eliott brown vs. blue eyes footage. In it, children are divided by eye color and told that one color represents a superior person. Allows them to experience discrimination first hand. Also has footage of the kids grown up
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in Stanley Milgram Personal Papers, of Yale University. Sterling Memorial Library. Manuscripts and Archives (New Haven, CT) (1963); with Stanley Milgram, 1933-1984, Box 46 , 2 page(s)
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Little Albert experiment
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The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People turn Evil
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Philip G. Zimbardo, Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Stanford UniversityDescription: Perhaps no one comprehends the roots of depravity and cruelty better than Philip Zimbardo. He is renowned for such research as the Stanford Prison Experiment, which demonstrated how, in the right circumstances, ordinary people ca...
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