PSY-362 Social Psychology and Cultural Applications
Stanford Prison Experiment
Directions: Answer each of the questions below with a minimum of 200-words. Use scholarly
research to support your answers. Include APA in-text citations in your answers where
necessary and list your reference at the end of the document.
1. Do you think that kids from an urban working-class environment would have broken
down emotionally in the same way as did the middle-class prisoners? Why? What do
you suppose the outcome would have been if women were used a prisoners and guards
instead of men? Explain. 2. While the Stanford Prison experiment is considered unethical, what usefulness has come
from the experimental outcomes? Was it right to trade the suffering experienced by
participants for the knowledge gained by the research? Explain how the experiment and
consequently the suffering has added to current research in the field of social
psychology. 3. Knowing what this research says about the power of prison situations to have a corrosive
effect on human nature, what recommendations would you make about changing the
correctional system in your country? References:

PSY-362 Social Psychology and Cultural Applications
Stanford Prison Experiment
Directions: Answer each of the questions below with a minimum of 200-words. Use scholarly
research to support your answers. Include APA in-text citations in your answers where
necessary and list your reference at the end of the document.
1. Do you think that kids from an urban working-class environment would have broken
down emotionally in the same way as did the middle-class prisoners? Why? What do
you suppose the outcome would have been if women were used a prisoners and guards
instead of men? Explain. 2. While the Stanford Prison experiment is considered unethical, what usefulness has come
from the experimental outcomes? Was it right to trade the suffering experienced by
participants for the knowledge gained by the research? Explain how the experiment and
consequently the suffering has added to current research in the field of social
psychology. 3. Knowing what this research says about the power of prison situations to have a corrosive
effect on human nature, what recommendations would you make about changing the
correctional system in your country? References:

PSY-362 Social Psychology and Cultural Applications
Stanford Prison Experiment
Directions: Answer each of the questions below with a minimum of 200-words. Use scholarly
research to support your answers. Include APA in-text citations in your answers where
necessary and list your reference at the end of the document.
1. Do you think that kids from an urban working-class environment would have broken
down emotionally in the same way as did the middle-class prisoners? Why? What do
you suppose the outcome would have been if women were used a prisoners and guards
instead of men? Explain. 2. While the Stanford Prison experiment is considered unethical, what usefulness has come
from the experimental outcomes? Was it right to trade the suffering experienced by
participants for the knowledge gained by the research? Explain how the experiment and
consequently the suffering has added to current research in the field of social
psychology. 3. Knowing what this research says about the power of prison situations to have a corrosive
effect on human nature, what recommendations would you make about changing the
correctional system in your country? References:

PSY-362 Social Psychology and Cultural Applications
Stanford Prison Experiment
Directions: Answer each of the questions below with a minimum of 200-words. Use scholarly
research to support your answers. Include APA in-text citations in your answers where
necessary and list your reference at the end of the document.
1. Do you think that kids from an urban working-class environment would have broken
down emotionally in the same way as did the middle-class prisoners? Why? What do
you suppose the outcome would have been if women were used a prisoners and guards
instead of men? Explain. 2. While the Stanford Prison experiment is considered unethical, what usefulness has come
from the experimental outcomes? Was it right to trade the suffering experienced by
participants for the knowledge gained by the research? Explain how the experiment and
consequently the suffering has added to current research in the field of social
psychology. 3. Knowing what this research says about the power of prison situations to have a corrosive
effect on human nature, what recommendations would you make about changing the
correctional system in your country? References: PSY-362 Social Psychology and Cultural Applications
Stanford Prison Experiment
Directions: Answer each of the questions below with a minimum of 200-words. Use scholarly
research to support your answers. Include APA in-text citations in your answers where
necessary and list your reference at the end of the document.
1. Do you think that kids from an urban working-class environment would have broken
down emotionally in the same way as did the middle-class prisoners? Why? What do
you suppose the outcome would have been if women were used a prisoners and guards
instead of men? Explain. 2. While the Stanford Prison experiment is considered unethical, what usefulness has come
from the experimental outcomes? Was it right to trade the suffering experienced by
participants for the knowledge gained by the research? Explain how the experiment and
consequently the suffering has added to current research in the field of social
psychology. 3. Knowing what this research says about the power of prison situations to have a corrosive
effect on human nature, what recommendations would you make about changing the
correctional system in your country? References:

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