[Videolib] Research Help - Milgram and Zimbardo experiments applied

Danette Pachtner (danette_pachtner@notes.duke.edu)
Tue, 18 Nov 2008 14:26:58 -0500

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A research assistant is looking for the following: "...videos that
incorporate elements of either Stanley Milgram's Yale pyschology
experiment or Philip Zimbardo's Stanford prison experiment. Ideally the
videos or clips would apply the findings from these two experiments to
another case, for example, Enron, or the Abu Ghraib trials... What I'd
really like to find are productions made by other people that can project
analysis from the two studies into their work." She has seen Obedience
and I came up with the feature film, Das Experiment, and the series,
Experiment: Power, Behavior, and Identity Under Duress, Discovering
Psychology, and The Milgram Experiment Revisited. Does anyone know of
anything that really fits the bill? I appreciate your help! Cheers,
Danette / Danette Pachtner / Duke University, Lilly Library / Phone:
919-660-5886 / danette.p@duke.edu

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<br><font size=2 face="sans-serif">A research assistant is looking for
the following: &quot;...videos that incorporate elements of either Stanley
Milgram's Yale pyschology experiment or Philip Zimbardo's Stanford prison
experiment. Ideally the videos or clips would apply the findings from these
two experiments to another case, for example, Enron, or the Abu Ghraib
trials... What I'd really like to find are productions made by other people
that can project analysis from the two studies into their work.&quot; &nbsp;She
has seen Obedience and &nbsp; I came up with the feature film, Das Experiment,
and the series, Experiment: Power, Behavior, and Identity Under Duress,
Discovering Psychology, and The Milgram Experiment Revisited. &nbsp;Does
anyone know of anything that really fits the bill? &nbsp;I appreciate your
help! &nbsp;Cheers, Danette / Danette Pachtner / Duke University, Lilly
Library / Phone: 919-660-5886 / danette.p@duke.edu</font>
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