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When I found he had finally written a book on it, I was very excited.
Zimbardo is best known for conducting an decades-prior experiment at Stanford in which student volunteers were randomly assigned to be either guards or prisoners.
Basically, it deals with the issue of why seemingly good and moral people can do bad and immoral things.
Took several weeks to read but it certainly helps you to understand how some good people can truly turn evil.Published 15 days ago by parent1959
Not since I read " A Human Being Died That Night", "The Gulag Archipelago" or "Medical Apartheid" by Harriet Washington have I come across the full horrors... Read morePublished 29 days ago by T. Washington
Even as an avid reader I found it hard going. I'm researching the topic, so plowed on... It's not that the writing is difficult to follow, more that I felt it would have been... Read morePublished 1 month ago by greggieboy
Zimbardo explains evil better than M. Scott Peck--of course, he is still alivePublished 1 month ago by Matthew Vittucci
Mildly interesting, probably caters more to a psych student. I did not read any revelations here. Ok, bad environment can create bad people. Is that a new concept? Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. Finnell
I got this book for my college class, the study of evil. I was surprised what people are capable if put in situations that change them from good to evil. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steven