The Shocking Truth Behind the Stanford Prison Experiment: A Psychology Study Gone Wrong

The Stanford Prison Experiment

The Stanford Prison Experiment is one of history’s most famous and controversial psychological experiments. Conducted in the summer of 1971 by psychology professor Philip Zimbardo and his team of researchers, the experiment aimed to investigate the effects of situational variables on participants’ reactions and behaviors. The study simulated a prison environment and recruited college students … Read more

Wilhelm Wundt: The Father of Psychology, The Man Who Changed the Field Forever

Father of Psychology

Wilhelm Wundt, often called the “father of psychology” are one of those who dedicated their lives to understanding the human mind, have significantly contributed to psychology. As we delve into psychology, we must acknowledge the pioneers who laid the groundwork for this fascinating discipline.  Wundt, a German physiologist, philosopher, and professor, was the first person … Read more