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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Stanford Prison Experiment on Discogs. Label: World Domination Recordings - WD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Lo-Fi, Noise4/5(7).
  2. Stanford Prison Experiment were a politically charged alternative rock/hardcore band from Los Angeles, California, active between the years - They released three albums: ’s eponymous debut (Chrome Gods), ’s The Gato Hunch (Chrome Gods), followed lastly by Wrecreation (Polygram) in
  3. Stanford Prison Experiment is one of those rare bands that can use a conventional sound with unconventional skill. While most of the band's self-titled album concentrates on riff-heavy alt rock, its composition is tight, direct, and likeable enough 8/
  4. Carried out August , in the basement of Jordan Hall, the Stanford Prison Experiment set out to examine the psychological effects of authority and powerlessness in a prison environment. The study, led by psychology professor Philip G. Zimbardo, recruited Stanford students using a local newspaper ad.
  5. The Stanford Prison Experiment became widely known outside academia. It was the acknowledged inspiration for Das Experiment (), a German movie that was remade in the United States as the direct-to-video film The Experiment ().The Stanford Prison Experiment () was created with Zimbardo’s active participation; the dramatic film more .
  6. Quiet Rage: The Stanford Prison Experiment. Author: Zimbardo, Philip G. Topic: Psychology--Study and teaching Physical Description: 1 3/4 inch videotape: U-matic Genre: video recordings Identifier: SC_s5_b7_
  7. An experiment, conducted in by the US social psychologist Philip G(eorge) Zimbardo (born ) and several colleagues, in which 24 physically and psychologically healthy male undergraduate volunteers were randomly assigned to play the roles of prisoners and guards in a mock prison for $15 per day. The prisoners wore loose-fitting smocks with ID numbers printed .
  8. The experiment, Stanford Prison Experiment, was done in August of The head researcher, Philip G. Zimbardo, wanted to measure the effects that role-playing, labelling, and social expectations had on an individual’s behaviour. To do it, he created a fake prison with fake guards and prisoners. He acted as the prison warden.

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