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El efecto Lucifer by Philip Zimbardo
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The “social conditions” he discusses are “depersonalization” and “authority” then lists the result of those two things ad nauseum, but there isn’t any real insight, just a rehashing of the “results”- no insight into the cause; The Stamford prison experiment, genocide in Rowanda, Abu Ghraib, Nazi’s. Registration is free and requires only your email address. I actually had to put it down for a little while because I was so frustrated with his reckless regard to proper reporting of how a study actually should take place.
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The title takes its name from the biblical story of the favored angel of God, Luciferhis fall from zimmbardoand his assumption of the role of Satanthe embodiment of evil. Society for General Psychology. It’s like somebody tried to suggest that Zimbardo could write a not-boring book by following the old “show, don’t tell” rule.
The Lucifer Effect
I remember this study when I was phikip going to College back in the early 90s. Please note that we moderate comments to ensure the conversation remains topically relevant. However, half of the book is spent on the Stanford Prison Experiment ad nausea with the other half going into a political tail spin of the Iraqi prison situation.
What is this book about? He describes the experiment in excruciating detail in the first third of the book. He is known for his Stanford prison study, and authorship of various introductory psychology books and textbooks for college students, including The Lucifer Effect and The Time Paradox.
When embedded in new and unfamiliar settings, our habitual ways of thinking, feeling, and acting no longer function to sustain the moral compass that has guided us reliably in the past. Already have an account or want to create one?
It’s an important subject: Joey Iskandar rated it did not like it Apr 25, I only made it through the first hundred pages or so.
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There’s a problem loading this menu right now. This book chronicles a psychological experiment performed at Stanford where students took on the roles of both prison guards and prisoners. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Levine said that “[t]his important lkcifer should be required reading not only for social scientists, but also for politicians, decision phhilip, educators” and that the “[Abu Ghraib] section alone is worth the price of the book”.
I absolutely hated this book. International Society of Political Psychology. One doesn’t know until they are put in that kind of situation like Victor Frankle as to what kind of person they are really capable of being.
And the most important question is never even touched on. Quotes from El efecto Lucifer. This was a part of studying blind obedience to authority by many and done so before ethics was really heavily involved in regards to doing experiments on human subjects are any subjects for that matter. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
El efecto Lucifer
He is now demonstrating that he is capable of capitalizing on that as well. If your email exists in our system, we’ll send you an email with a link to reset your password. Frankle that talked about his experiences his biography “Man’s Search For Meaning” of Auschwitz that burns in my mind when I’m referring to this act on Zimbardos part.