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    Brevity Truta

    The good old days when ethics committees could be bribed with a bag of weed and a couple of tickets to see The Grateful Dead gave rise to some wacky soft science experiments, several of which are still famous today, and know by the psychologist behind them: Zimbardo, Milgram, Rosenhan. Cerrone should be up there too, for his Social Psychology experiment which asked “Would an otherwise sexy man who completely lacked a lower abdomen, in a basement designed to replicate an all-female cannibal village, be regarded as tasty?” Clockwise from top left: a) Cerrone had to get veterinary doctors to… Read more »