The Stanford Prison Experiment is one of the most famous studies in psychology history. Learn more about the experiment and the results.
Rat poison uses blood thinners to cause internal bleeding in rats, mice, and other rodents. If it’s ingested by humans or pets, it can cause serious injury or death.
Philip Zimbardo is an American psychologist perhaps best known for his famous Stanford Prison Experiment. Learn more about his life and theories.
New legislation in Minnesota gives moms who deliver babies in prison a chance to bond with their baby while incarcerated.
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Carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms are vague and hard to distinguish from many other medical conditions.
Social psychologists have performed many famous (and sometimes controversial) studies. Learn more about some of the most notorious experiments.
Learn about five of the most shocking psychology experiments, from Milgram's obedience experiments to Seligman's learned helplessness.
Treatment for lead poisoning includes environmental and dietary changes, and in some cases, chelation therapy. Learn when it's recommended.
Obedience—a form of social influence that involves performing an action under the orders of an authority figure—differs from conformity and compliance.