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Banks, Curtis

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Works: 6 works in 8 publications in 1 language and 296 library holdings
Genres: Documentary films  Nonfiction television programs  Documentary television programs  Educational television programs  Educational films  Historical television programs  Case studies  Account books  History  Diaries 
Roles: Author
Classifications: HV6089, 364.6
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Publications about Curtis Banks
Publications by Curtis Banks
Most widely held works by Curtis Banks
Quiet rage the Stanford prison study by Stanford University( visu )
3 editions published between 1992 and 2006 in English and held by 291 libraries worldwide
In the summer of 1971, Philip Zimbardo, Craig Haney, and Curtis Banks carried out a psychological experiment to test a simple question: What happens when you put good people in an evil place -- does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? College student volunteers were pretested and randomly assigned to play the role of prisoner or guard in a simulated prison at Stanford University. This film uses archival footage, flashbacks, post-experiment interviews with the prisoners and guards, and comparisons with real prisons. It documents the study from the surprise arrests of the participants by city police, to the termination of the study after only 6 days. The Stanford Prison Study remains one of the most famous studies conducted in the field of Social Psychology
Interpersonal Dynamics in a Simulated Prison ( Book )
1 edition published in 1972 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Interpersonal dynamics in a prison environment were studied experimentally by designing a functional simulation of a prison in which subjects role-played prisoners and guards for an extended period of time. To assess the power of the social forces on the emergent behavior in this situation, alternative explanations in terms of pre-existing dispositions were eliminated through subject selection. Many of the subjects ceased distinguishing between prison role and their prior self-identities. When this occurred, a sample of normal, healthy American college students fractionated into a group of prison guards who seemed to derive pleasure from insulting, threatening, humiliating, and dehumanizing their peers--those who by chance selection had been assigned to the 'prisoner' role. The typical prisoner syndrome was one of passivity, dependency depression, helplessness, and self-deprecation. (Author)
Interpersonal Dynamics in a Simulated Prison by Craig Haney( Article )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Banks family papers by Banks family( Archival Material )
in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Consists of Alson Banks' estate papers (1840-1844, including inventory); Angeline Banks' diaries (1883-1888, 1890), telling about daily weather and activities; a bill (1889), from Arthur Banks to John Perry for work building his house in Southport, Conn.; deeds of Benjamin Banks Sr., (1708-1787); court cases involving Benjamin Banks, Jr., (1786-1787); papers of Ebenezer Banks, Sr., (1746-1775, including inventory), relating to his estate and deeds and a document certifying his share in the Susquehannah Purchase (1774); Ebenezer Banks, Jr., papers (1776-1833), including deeds, inventory of his estate, and account book kept with his brother David; Eliphalet Banks' papers including a summons (1823) and account book (1822-1830, 1888-1891) containing portions kept in pen of his accounts as constable of Fairfield, Conn., and for goods bought and sold and later portions of the volume, written in pencil, of the farm accounts of George Banks including stud fees for cows and general accounts with customers such as Phineas T. Barnum; Eunice Banks deeds (1851); bills (1905-1919) to G.A. and M.E. Banks (Georgianna and Mary Elizabeth), for store merchandise and two oversized account books, (1923-1924, 1929); George Banks' account book for his store in Lyons, N.Y., (1848-1864); letter (1923) of George W. Banks reminiscing about teachers at the Dwight Academy on Greenfield Hill; Gershom Banks' papers including deeds and receipts (1737-1791) and his will (1776); Grace Evelyn Banks' historical essays for the Daughters of the American Revolution, including a typescript collection of proverbs, or "saws"; Henrietta Banks' diary (1848-1850); Hezekiah Banks' will (1811); Horace Banks' papers including a store account book (1859), estate inventory (1863), and military enrollment exemption (1863); Huldah Banks will (1838); Hyatt Banks' letter of appointment as captain of the 3rd Troop in the 1st Cavalry of Connecticut (1804); deeds of Joel, John, and Joseph Banks; Joseph Banks' will (1768); Mary Banks' inventory (1684); Minnie Banks' household account book (1899); Nehemiah Banks' estate inventory (n.d.) and court document (1775); Polly Banks' medical bill (1864) and a number of tax payments (1867-1883); Sarah (Sally) Banks' diaries (1875-1923) including entries on the effects of the blizzard of 1888, notes on births, marriages and deaths, and daily activities; receipts and deeds (1875-1898), related to Sherwood Banks; Talcott Banks' will (n.d.); Thaddeus Banks' receipts, 1771, 1774; William Banks' papers including grocery bills from his store, letter about the death of Captain Burr Scott aboard the brig Haidee (1850), and Banks' journal kept aboard the Brig Haidee about daily life on this circus boat (1849-1850); Greenfield Congregational Society records (1806-1828, 1869, 1892-1894), including membership records and subscription lists, tax collectors' lists, a handwritten newsletter, and Sunday school records; papers of various Banks family members (arranged by type of material); correspondence (1853-1893), primarily to Mary Bulkley and "Sally" along with a postcard announcing a suffragette meeting; bills and receipts (1802-1887) including a bill from widow Sarah Banks for "keeping Negro Ned" (1802); legal records consisting of the estate inventory of Aaron Banks and several court documents (1810-1824); deeds (1745-1868); school records (1840-1844) consisting of premiums awarded to Francis Banks by the New York Public School system (1840-1841), Simon Banks' composition on schools (1843), and a school district meeting notice (1844); invitations to anniversary celebrations of B.B. Banks (1875, 1880), and a chap book kept by Curtis Banks containing records of church attendance (1925-1930), a draft of his will (1924), genealogy notes, and notes on school events and teachers
Spin-orbit coupling in an exotic superconducting material by Curtis Banks( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Interpersonal dynamics in a simulated prison by Craig Haney( Book )
1 edition published in 1973 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
 
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English (8)
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