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External links. Learning from the Experiment. Abu Ghraib and the experiment:. I was kind of running my own experiment in there, by saying, "How far can I push these things and how much abuse will these people take before they say, 'knock it off?'" But the other guards didn't stop me. Their research also points to the importance of leadership in the emergence of tyranny of the form displayed by Zimbardo when briefing guards in the Stanford experiment.. (2003). Certain portions of the experiment were filmed, and excerpts of footage are publicly available. Sage. Most of the guards were upset when the experiment concluded after only six days. ^ "The Standard Prison Experiment".