a. In the experiment, what police procedures were used during arrests, and how did these procedures lead people to feel confused, fearful, and dehumanized? The procedures used during arrest were the same as a regular arrest but the person being arrested was left confused, fearful, and dehumanized because they had no clue what was going on and what was going to happen to them.
b. What are the effects of living in an environment with no clocks, no view of the outside world, and minimal sensory stimulation? The effect of living with no clocks nor the view of the outside world resulted in time-distorting experiences from the prisoners.
c. Consider the psychological consequences of stripping, delousing, and shaving the heads of prisoners or members of the military. What transformations take place when people go through an experience like this? The transformation that place is solely base on humility. This stripping, delousing, and shaving of the head made the prisoners feel like the low life in society.
d. What prevented "good guards" from objecting or countermanding the orders from tough or bad guards? The only thing keeping the “good guards” from objecting or countermanding the other guards was the empathic concern towards the experimental subjects.
e. If you were imprisoned in a "real" prison for five years or more, could you take it? Why or why not? Yes, I believe I could handle it. I believe the offense that I committed would need a payoff but if I were convicted of a crime I did not do, I would most likely break down.
f. Why did the prisoners try to work within the mock prison system to effect a change in it, rather than trying to dismantle or change the system through outside help? The prisoners worked within the prison system to effect change rather than dismantling it because if there was a change the prisoners would have known and the experiment could possibly become flawed
g. In 2003 U.S. soldiers abused Iraqi prisoners held at Abu...
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