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This clip includes original footage from the Milgram experiment.
The Stanford Prison Experiment
This clip simulates Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison experiment.
Troubling History in Medical Research Still Fresh for Black Americans
Throughout American history, Black people have been abused by researchers and medical professionals—from the Tuskegee Experiment to nonconsensual gynecological research.
Taking a Closer Look at Milgram’s Shocking Obedience Study
In The Untold Story of the Notorious Milgram Psychology Experiments, Gina Perry revisits the Milgram experiments and their lasting impact on research and the social sciences. This clip features an interview with Perry.
Shocking TV Experiment Sparks Ethical Concerns
In a twist on the Milgram experiment, a French TV show asked contestants to shock a man when he answered quiz questions wrong.
Studies Show “Dark Chapter” of Medical Research
This article explores the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment in depth.
Politics of Participation: Walter Reed’s Yellow-Fever Experiments
This article discusses the experiments conducted in Cuba by exposing human subjects to disease.
The ASA Code of Ethics
The American Sociological Association’s code of ethics sets the standard for sociologist’s obligations in research and professional conduct.