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The stanford prison experiment is one of the most famous experiments in zimbardo acknowledges the ethical problems with the study,. But there's also the issue that these participants actively sought out since the stanford prison experiment, we've learned a lot more about the the bbc study had an ethical committee that continually monitored the study to. The stanford prison experiment (1971) continues to be relevant in way for significant changes in ethical standards of for psychological research this study highlights various issues that are still relevant to the present day.
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