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Which of the following researchers conducted the Stanford prison experiment in order to test the effects of social roles on behavior?
Phillip Zimbardo
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Which of the following is the important lesson to be learned from Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment in which university students played the roles of guards and prisoners. A) Personality variables often have a much stronger impact on behaviour than situational variables. B) People who are by nature authoritarian and abusive prefer jobs like being a prison guard. C) The feeling of being crowded that results from the presence of other people can lead to prison violence. D) The behaviours associated with certain roles can overwhelm one’s personal identity and sense of decency. E) People who have strong moral convictions are less likely to become abusive than weak, passive people.
D) The behaviours associated with certain roles can overwhelm one’s personal identity and sense of decency.
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The Stanford Prison Experiment is an example of a __________ study. A) honest B) role-playing C) reality D) simulation
D) simulation
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The researcher’s failure to protect research subjects from deductive disclosure is the primary ethical violation in which of the following studies? A. Milgram’s “Obedience to Authority” study B. The Tuskegee study C. Zimbardo’s “Stanford Prison Experiment” D. Harvard “Tastes, Ties, and Time (T3)” study (2006-2009)” study
Which of the following studies is linked most directly to the establishment of the National Research Act in 1974 and ultimately to the Belmont Report and Federal regulations for human subject protection? A. The Public Health Service Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male. B. Stanford Prison Experiment (Zimbardo). C. Tearoom Trade Study (Humphreys). D. The Harvard T3 study.
The subjects who participated in the Stanford Prison Experiment were all
The Stanford prison experiment was terminated early due to pyschological abuse suffered by the prisoners at the hands of the guards.
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Who conducted the Stanford Prison experiment?
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