El efecto Lucifer has ratings and reviews. El renombrado psicólogo social Philip Zimbardo tiene el cómo –y la multitud de porqués– de nuestra. El efecto Lucifer has 2 ratings and 0 reviews: Published by Paidós, Paperback. The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil is a book which includes professor Philip Zimbardo’s first detailed, . En suma, aún cuando El Efecto Lucifer está escrito en inglés, su lenguaje sencillo y coloquial facilita su.
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Psychology of good and evil. A conceptual analysis and differentiation between heroic action and altruism. Zimbardo drew on the knowledge he gained from his participation in the Frederick case to write a new book entitled, The Lucifer Effect: See all 4 questions about El efecto Lucifer…. Woodworth John B.
There are seven social processes that grease “the slippery slope of evil”: Return to Book Page. I am a psychology minor and when studying the Stanford Prison Experiment in classes, found it so interesting.
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. Diana Jimenez marked it as to-read Nov 25, The author constantly says “I” will show you X, or oh in later chapters you will hear about Y. The basic argument is becasue these things happened his theories must be correct.
Also — and maybe this is quibbling — I couldn’t ever quite get over my disappointment with the title. But there’s almost nothing further. Why do some people cut up dead bodies and eat them??????? He describes the experiment efcto excruciating detail in the first third of the book. This reminds etecto of when I start an essay and make random bullet points. 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 eefcto place.
I’m no fan of that bunch, but I fail to see how that lengthy section of the book furthers Zimbardo’s thesis. One star may be a bit harsh, but my bottom line with a book is – did I enjoy it?
A fascinating subject made dull. So far so good, except for being overly long and very repetitive.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The subject of this book is fascinating to me but the writing style just couldn’t hold my interest.
This has never been replicated nor should it which would make it Lucjfer topic to expand on and he of all people knows that he should not under no circumstances generalize an opinion based on a flawed and reckless study.
American Journal of Psychology. Archived from the original on October 29, Fox Robert J. The conditions in the prison, the shortage of food, the ongoing war, the foreign environment and the overly sexualized atmosphere in then prison, are all situations we need to look at closely to understand why the guards acted the way they did.
Other subjects he has researched include mind control and cultic behavior. Cover art of the 1st edition. Office of Naval Researchhe conducted the Stanford prison study in which male college students were selected from an applicant pool of etecto and randomly assigned to be “prisoners” or “guards” in a mock prison located in the basement of the psychology building at Stanford.
Archived from the original on October 8, 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.
Society for General Psychology. The remainder of the book covers a number a topics within the field of social psychology, such as similar studies like the Zimbagdo conformity experimentsMilgram experimentAlbert Bandura ‘s research on moral disengagementresearch on the bystander efscto by John M.
El efecto Lucifer by Philip G. Zimbardo (1 star ratings)
I gave up and read the Wikipedia article on the Stanford Prison Experiment instead. Archived from the original on September 30, The author also comes off as pompous and self-righteous. I may pick it up again and try later, but for the moment I’m giving it a bad review based on the writing not on the sub This book chronicles a psychological experiment performed at Stanford where students took on the roles of both prison guards and prisoners.
It also examines the prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib inwhich has similarities to the Stanford experiment.
There are two types of people in this world decent and in decent. Yes situations can change a lot in us a I hated this book on all levels. The author continually interjects himself into the story in ways that aren’t helpful, goes on tangents that don’t lead anywhere, adopts rhetorical strategies and devices that don’t play out well or that he’s just not able to competently pull them off.