What Psychological Experiments Have Taught Us
Psychological experiments have been used for decades to dive into the minds of humans. Researchers have used them to learn more about how we think and act on our thoughts.
A production of the play “Opening Skinner’s Box” at Wexner Center for the Arts delves into the stories behind the studies and considers the world of B.F. Skinner and his ilk.
Today, All Sides Weekend host Clare Roth looks back at the most impactful psychological experiments of the 20th century and what we’ve learned.
- Lauren Slater, author of "Opening Skinner’s Box"
- Morven Macbeth, actor with Improbable Theater Company