Results: The Results for both experiments where very scary, in to knowing that a person can be pushed to the limits and do things that they would never do. Also, to know that there is a breaking point in everything and everyone to just shut down completely. Conclusions: People can be obedient to orders that are giving to them and being push to the limit can make someone just stop
She felt like an outsider in her peer group. She was bullied in school and was called names and told to go kill herself. She started binging to feel better and to deal with the loneliness. She found an outlet in singing and acting. Started to put overwhelming pressure on herself to do better and be better.
However, when power gets in the way, the instructors lose a sense of morality and become discourteous towards the students. In the same way, the Stanford Prison Experiment analysed how roles of power changed the personality of the volunteers to one of a condescending nature. Both the experiment and education systems can cause the downfall of the prisoners and students by the powerless group being subject to the ridicule and vulgarity of the powerful. Regardless, it is important to keep in mind, not all guards in prisons, nor all teachers come across as vile to the opposing group. However, power tends to change the the perception of situations to the group in charge and can cause feelings of hopelessness and depression.
In the short story it says “There must be more money! There must be more money!” It says that the boy has been hearing the house whispering this to him, but it is actually him just going mad. His mother continually talks about money so he stresses out over it so much that he is driving himself crazy. He hints that this is what people do in general, maybe not to this extent all the time, but it happens. We get so focused on stupid things that it consumes us.
Justice Fried knew that the mass hysteria of child molestation had in fact affected the case. He also admitted that the children had been asked questions in a way that elicited a certain answer, one that confirmed the biases of all the prosecutors. To make matters worse Justice Fried also knew that the children 's testimonies were unlikely and knew how the defendant 's constitutional right of confronting their accusers had been violated. In the end Justice Fried’s position in the case was predetermined, it seems as if he did not even give the Amiraults a chance to prove their innocence. I think that Justice Fried was very biased and was not impartial at all and he did not adequately do what he was supposed to do in the situation presented to
Bullying can be a serious problem. It occurs when someone is making fun of someone else because they either don’t like them or are jealous and want to make someone else feel bad to make them feel better. Bullying can mentally break someone down. You could be the reason someone dreads coming to school. A bully can make someone lose all of their friends.
So what my question is exactly what happens to the brain (physiologically) when you put someone through something like that? Kayla’s answer: To answer your question torture affects the brain in a way that isn’t intended. Torture is intended to make the person “spill the beans.” However it’s been researched that when you are torturing someone to get them to give you answers, Physiologically the person will do anything to get out of the situation, they will tell you what you want to hear to stop the beating. However, the form of high anxiety stress interrogation makes a person psychologically break down, they stress out and eventually crack under pressure. This form of physiological torture is more beneficial.
The fact that they were causing someone pain was extremely embarrassing to the participants to the extreme that they went to heights of avoidance to look at the consequences of what they had done, despite of the fact they got electric shocks. All these factors collaborate to make the study unethical in some views; as such ardent distress cannot be forgotten or fade off just by merely being told that the entire study was a deception. After the experiment was concluded, there was a compromise made between the teacher and learner to prove no iniquity was done and a debriefing from the experimenter, to help participants to know what the study was actually about. There was no sufficient psychological support or evidence for any enduring effects that may have been rooted by the experiment, which counts against the study as the participant’s long-term sanity Though many find the use of electrical shocks to be obnoxious, electric shocks are not a new concept to many psychological experiments. It is widely convinced that certain levels of ‘pain with no harm’ are a small price to pay for scientific knowledge and new discoveries.
Fear can cause people to do a things they wouldn 't do if they were not scared, like when people found out that in the medicine running out and they started throwing stuff and going crazy, They automatically stop thinking irrationally and you overreact to the first thing that comes to their mind.You get scared and you think of the worst thing that can happen, like the people were running out of food and were scared of what’s was going on, they thought they were going to die. Everyone was scared and people were trying and doing everything they could to help themselves and their love ones like Dr.Cheever gives Anthony roger son his vaccine and tells his wife to leave. People like in the moves start to panic like when the sickest first started