Dr. Craig Haney discusses the psychological trauma and health effects that prison has on incarcerated individuals

Unpacking Injustice by Montana Innocence Project

Episode notes

MTIP Communications Associate Ashley Miller spoke with Dr. Craig Haney, a social psychologist and a professor at the UC Santa Cruz, to discuss the psychological trauma and health effects that incarceration, and more specifically wrongful incarceration has on individuals. Haney holds psychology and law degrees, and began his career as one of the principal researchers on the Stanford Prison Experiment conducted in 1971, which would go on to inform his life’s research in real prisons across the country.

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