Why Solitary Confinement Makes Prisoners Behave Badly

Why Solitary Confinement Makes Prisoners Behave Badly

They live in tiny, austere cages not much larger than their bodies, isolated from their peers. These pitiful lab rats once served merely as control groups for researchers, to be compared with rodents in more comfortable abodes with toys and fellow lab animals for interaction. But then scientists realized these unfortunate rats could be the perfect…

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