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fake psychology experiments 

The Stanford Prison Experiment is one of the most famous in and Archival research by Thibault Le Texier has revealed that the guards were told what results the experimenters wanted to see and only paid on successful completion dx.doi.org/10.1037/amp0000401 and rationallyspeakingpodcast.org/

fake psychology experiments, Zimbardo's in particular 

@bookandswordblog (zimbardo's not only still teaching but also an MRA now, btw)

fake psychology experiments, Zimbardo's in particular 

@alexis and unlike Dave Grossman M.Ed., Zimbardo is an actual scholar with a PhD whose professional honour is on the line ... if Thibault is right, no honest scholar will be able to break bread with Zimbardo again.

fake psychology experiments 

@bookandswordblog I knew there were problems with this experiment, but wow.

I guess, in some small way, it hints that people are willing to do terrible things if given the right motivations and instructions. Though, that would need to be tested!

I’m basically am going to consider this poor science. They might have had something interesting there if they weren’t so intent on proving their pet theory.

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