Chapter 4: Make sure you watch the video “Zimbaro’s Stanford Prison Experiment” embedded in the powerpoint presentation. For your discussion for this chapter, talk about the film with your group members, and try to answer the following questions: 1). Did the behavior of the participants (the guards AND the prisoners, BOTH of whom were actually naïve college students) surprise you? 2). Did the behavior of the experimenters (Zimbardo and his staff) surprise you? 3). If you had been a prisoner or guard participant in this study, do you think you would have behaved differently? Why or why not? 4). As you frame your response, highlight the difference between attitudes leading to behaviors versus behaviors leading to attitudes, and tie it in with your ideas about the Stanford Prison Experiment. In your follow-up comment, critique another group member’s response, paying close attention to the “attitudes leading to behaviors versus behaviors leading to attitudes” arguments. Did they make a convincing argument that attitudes lead to behavior (or behavior leads to attitudes)? As an optional (but interesting) discussion, feel free to talk about how attitudes are driving our current political climate in the United States.