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A scene from the 2015 film, Stanford Prison Experiment.

Articles: Does Power Corrupt Everyone Equally?

By Scott Barry Kaufman | September 3, 2015

A new film reveals an important but rarely discussed lesson of the Stanford Prison Experiment.

 

Articles: June Education Newsletter

By Vicki Zakrzewski | June 11, 2013

From how to help students develop purpose to an interview with the creator of the World Peace Game, here's a round-up of our recent education content.

 

Articles: What Makes a Hero?

By Philip Zimbardo | January 18, 2011

We all have an inner hero, argues Philip Zimbardo. Here's how to find it.

 
Philip Zimbardo explores what research knows about who becomes a hero—and why they act heroically.

Videos and Podcasts: What Makes A Hero?

By Philip Zimbardo | January 17, 2011

Philip Zimbardo explores what research knows about who becomes a hero—and why they act heroically.

 
Philip Zimbardo describes his new program to help people find their inner hero.

Videos and Podcasts: Heroic Imagination Project

By Philip Zimbardo | January 16, 2011

Philip Zimbardo describes his new program to help people find their inner hero.

 
Philip Zimbardo describes the classic and controversial study suggesting how ordinary, decent people can commit heinous acts.

Videos and Podcasts: The Milgram Experiment

By Philip Zimbardo | January 13, 2011

Philip Zimbardo describes the classic and controversial study suggesting how ordinary, decent people can commit heinous acts.

 
Philip Zimbardo explains how his infamous Stanford Prison Experiment illuminates the horrors of Abu Ghraib and the psychology of evil.

Videos and Podcasts: A Study of Evil

By Philip Zimbardo | January 12, 2011

Philip Zimbardo explains how his infamous Stanford Prison Experiment illuminates the horrors of Abu Ghraib and the psychology of evil.

 
Philip Zimbardo argues that there are no fixed boundaries between “good” and “bad” people.

Videos and Podcasts: The Truth about Good and Evil

By Philip Zimbardo | January 10, 2011

Philip Zimbardo argues that there are no fixed boundaries between “good” and “bad” people.

 
Panelists including legendary psychologist Philip Zimbardo and Katrina photographer Ted Jackson discuss the bystander effect, altruism, and the potential for heroism in all of us.

Videos and Podcasts: Altruism, Heroism, and the Psychology of the Bystander

By Jason Marsh | March 12, 2007

Panelists including legendary psychologist Philip Zimbardo and Katrina photographer Ted Jackson discuss the bystander effect, altruism, and the potential for heroism in all of us.

 

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