THE ZIMBARDO EXPERIMENT

Introduction

The Zimbardo experiment, also known as the Stanford experiment, is a 1971 experiment designed by Phillip Zimbardo, a social psychologist. It aimed at examining how people react to perceived power. It was done through a simulation of the relationship between prison warders and prisoners. This paper discusses the Zimbardo Experiment and discusses its implication on correctional facilities.

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