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Bocchiaro et al. (2012) pptx

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This is a summary of the whole study. The first part is derived directly from the full text. The second part is derived from the summary on the OCR web site. Includes links to online and paper versions of both psychometric tests (students like doing these!)

L3: Variables affecting conformity new spec

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L3: Variables affecting conformity lesson.Prior to this lesson students should have done some reading around Asch's original study. The resources I have used for this lesson (the Asch procedure card sort and the essay reordering activity are both from contributors on resourcd.)Let me know what you guys think!

OCR A2 Forensic - After a Guilty Verdict - The prison situation & roles

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Haney & Zimbardo

Zimbardo - ethics lesson

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Zimbardo resource to accompany ethics lesson. Again sourced from someone else on the site thank you

Stanford Prison Experiment Powerpoint for AS Psychology

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This presentation is EXCELLENT for last minute revsion . It looks at all the issues such as ecological validity , ethics and so on for this study as well as summarizing the main aspects of th study.

Zimbardo Standford Prison Experiment

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Zimbardo Standford Prison Experiment

Zimbardo Prison Experiment

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An original video of Zimbardo\'s prison experiment.

Zimbardo-Prison Study

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This is a PPT that would be usefull for introducing or explaining the Zimbardo study

Lonely Hearts for Content Analysis

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15 made up lonely hearts adverts for students to use in content analysis in research methods.

AQA-A Conformity & Asch Study

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A PPT on conformity and Asch which includes activities.

Investigations of different types of conformity

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Covers the research by ASCH, Moscovici, Zimbardo etc. With Independent study work for learners. Based on the Nelson Thorne book. For AQA A. AS psychology.

SPE: 'We should have ended it earlier'

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Forty years ago, a group of students hoping to make a bit of holiday money turned up at a basement in Stanford University, California, for what was to become one of the most notorious experiments in the study of human psychology. The idea was simple - take a group of volunteers, tell half of them they are prisoners, the other half prison wardens, place them in a makeshift jail and watch what happens. The Stanford Prison Experiment was supposed to last two weeks but was ended abruptly just

Worksheet with prompts to note similarities differences between the prison studies

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Students should consider the similarities and differences between Zimbardo's study and Reicher & Haslam's study to aid deeper processing of material

Zimbardo article study guide

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A worksheet to guide students through reading the Zimbardo original text (i.e. to make sure that have read it)

Zimbardo Stanford Prison Experiment information: ethics

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This is just copied from a website. It runs through the procedure, findings and conclusions of the experiment. I use this handout when teaching ethics. I give the students the first page which just contains the proceudre, and ask them to imagine that they are an ethics committee. Would they allow the study to take place? I then give them the findings and conclusions, and ask them again, knowing what they know, would they let the study take place? Hopefully it gets across the idea that

AQA A Agression - Situational explanations of institutional aggression

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Powerpoint explaining situational theories of institutional aggression - Skyes (1958) Deprivation model, Popcorn Model, and Zimbardo's Stanford Prison with how this relates to the real Abu Ghraib incidents.

AQA B PSYB1 homework booklet for approaches

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booklet that contains homework for the key approaches for PSYB1. It has worksheets and exam questions and is designed to be completed and handed in for marking. Should save you having to think about I.S. for this section

CIE AS Core Study Haney Banks Zimbardo 1973

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Powerpoint on Haney Banks and Zimbardo, suitable for CIE AS syllabus

Access to HE- Psychology-Zimbardo and Social Power

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Slides on Zimbardo Stanford Prison experiment. Includes evaluation.

year 12 social influence fill-in the -gaps ethics essay

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All t e words are at the end. Hope this is the correct one

Stanford Prison Experiment (Documental).avi

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Stanford Prison Experiment

The power of the situation

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Narrated by Zimbardo, this fantastic clip brings about the main social psychology experiments and their implications.

The Secret Powers of Time - Philip Zimbardo

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This is really one for you as a teacher rather than directly for your students.  The RSA are producing a wonderful set of animated lectures many of which relate to education, globalisation and 21st century living.  This one by Zimbardo is just an example.  It is fascinating to see a talk being 'drawn' for you as you listen.

Everyday heroes - excelletn contrast if teahcing about bystander apathy

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Astonishing news story about Wesley Autry, who threw himself onto the track in front of an oncoming train to protect an epileptic man who had fallen onto the track whilst having a fit. They both survived. Great for situational and dispositional causes in explaining behaviour, fits perfectly with Zimbardo work on everday heroes.

Zimbardo and The Lucifer Effect

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Zimbardo talking about the Lucifer Effect and including striking images form Abu Ghraib. Iuse this just for the Abu Ghraib images but if time to show whole clip well worth it.

Zimbardo talks about Stanford and Abu Graid

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A video of a Zimbardo lecture about Stanford prison experiment and later events

The Ghosts of Abu Ghraib

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Documentary about Abu Ghraib scandal. Good for any unit on Social psychology. Deals with the systematic nature of abuse to fit in with Zimbardo. Also good for Edexcel contemporary issue for social approach.

cultural psychology

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This video with Zimbardo looks at differences in cultures and how these differences shapes our understanding of other people therefore how our psychology is culturally biased. Good introduction to cultural bias and ethnocentrism in the synoptic unit

Philip Zimbardo shows how people become monsters ... or heroes

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Zimbardo talking about his stanford prison experiment, specifically how people took on roles & the influence of situation on the person, and giving it a modern context - Abu Ghraib.  Fairly unpleasant but very good video, I wouldn't use all of it (20+mins) but perhaps some students would enjoy watching it at home.

Abu Ghraib - institutional aggression

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An insight into the reasons why the soldiers behaved as they did in Abu Ghraib. Click here for the video as it is not yet embeded

Stanford Prison Experiment part 3/3

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final part of 30 minute programme on SPE that aired before the BBC Prison Experiment

Stanford Prison Experiment part 2/3

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Middle part of 30 minute programme on SPE that aired before the BBC Prison Experiment

Stanford Prison Experiment 1/3

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First part of the 30 minute film that went out before the BBC Prison Experiment Aired on TV

The Time Paradox - Philip Zimbardo

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What if your attitudes toward time could explain why you are chronically late, why you're likely to fight for rainforest preservation, or why you might be predisposed to addictions?Philip Zimbardo, renowned for his notorious 1971 Stanford Prison Experiments, will discuss how internal time perspectives determine every single one of our thoughts, feelings and actions.He even makes the case that attitudes toward time can influence national destinies

Stanford Prison Experiment on the BBC

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Just another Zimbardo SPE clip from the BBC    

Zimbardo- Abu Ghraib

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A wonderful video where Zimbardo explains the behaviour of the young American soldiers involved in the torture of Iraqi pisonners. My students were fascinated. It can be downloaded using real player. It can also be seen on TED.com but it cannot be downloaded from that site. Suitable for social psychology year 12

Philip Zimbardo: Why ordinary people do evil ... or do good

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Philip Zimbardo knows how easy it is for nice people to turn bad. In this talk, he shares insights and graphic unseen photos from the Abu Ghraib trials. Then he talks about the flip side: how easy it is to be a hero, and how we can rise to the challenge.

Authors@Google: Phillip Zimbardo

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What makes good people do bad things? How can moral people be seduced to act immorally? Where is the line separating good from evil, and who is in danger of crossing it? Renow-ned social psychologist Philip Zimbardo has the answers, and in The Lucifer Effect he explains how---and the myriad reasons why---we are all susceptible to the lure of "the dark side." Drawing on examples from history as well as his own trailblazing research, Zimbardo details how situational forces and group dynamics can

Zimbardo's Prison Experiment

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A selection of photos taken from prisonexp.org, plus some footage from an interview with a prisoner and guard two months after the experiment.

Zimbardo SPE: Quiet Rage

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Quiet Rage!The full version of Zimbardo's Stanford Prison Experiment. Guaranteed to stimulate critical thinking and discussion, the film features archival footage, flashbacks, post-experiment interviews with the prisoners and guards, and comparisons with real prisons. It documents the surprise arrests by city police and vividly shows the pathology that developed among participants, forcing the two-week study to be terminated after only 6 days. Viewer-tested previews reveal its value across

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