El efecto Lucifer: El porqué de la maldad (Spanish Edition) eBook: Philip Zimbardo, Genís Sánchez Barberán: : Kindle-Shop. 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.
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Trivia About The Lucifer Effec Product details Paperback Publisher: 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.
None of them and I repeat absolutely none of them and none of the participants at all are women and of a specific race. Pop-sci psychology fans should save their time and treat themselves to Jung’s Red Book instead. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Email required Password required Remember me? Preview — El efecto Lucifer by Philip Zimbardo. Get to Know Us. Want to Read saving…. We have put research participants in experiments where powerful situational forces — anonymity, group pressures, or diffusion of personal responsibility — led them blindly to obey authority and to aggress against innocent others after dehumanizing them.
Montserrat marked it as to-read Sep 07, What is this book about? Random HouseRider. Explore the Home Gift Guide. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.
With all due respect, such situations don’t make you sexually torture other human beings, enjoy it, and take trophy pictures of it. Trivia About El efecto Lucifer.
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Showing of 2 reviews. This was lhcifer 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.
This book chronicles a psychological experiment performed at Stanford where students took on the roles of lucjfer prison guards and prisoners. Yet I could not be more disappointed.
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It’s like somebody tried to suggest that Zimbardo could write a not-boring book by following the old “show, don’t tell” rule.
Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: William James Book Award I could have spent 20 straight hours at the DMV and felt less aggravated. Please try again later. A fascinating subject made dull. The writing style is extremely dry and pedantic like reading a dull text book and not very engaging.
The first pages could easily have been reduced to about 50 pages and it would have been clearer for the reader. The title was everything I looked forward to unravel; how did good people turned evil?