Student’s Research Sheds New Light on Infamous Brain Studies
Submitted on Thursday, 2/23/2012, at 10:29 AM
February 15, 2012
The Red Wing studies of 1943 gave scientists great insight into how the human brain functions. But in the years since investigators conducted the series of experiments—which involved schizophrenic patients, prison inmates and youthful offenders—the studies have gained notoriety for their use of questionable test subjects and have even been deemed among the worst in the history of psychiatry.