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Good book, very interesting topic. A must read for anyone interested in human nature. The reason for three stars is that I found the author very self congratulatory.

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Letitia - Goodreads

It is extremely difficult to rate this book because I have a thousand thoughts about it. So I am rating it a 4-star because I DO want people to read it. However if I were ranking Zimbardo as an author ... Read full review

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Ken Dowell - Goodreads

Zimbardo, a Stanford University psychology professor, delves into the question of why seemingly normal people become abusive or worse. He is a social psychologist and as such hypothesizes that ... Read full review

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Larissa Rounsaville - Goodreads

Well I am a psychology major. Although I do feel the book could have flowed much better than it did. Read full review

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Alaa Bit Hashim - Goodreads

very brilliant book that would leave you thinking about the concept of humanity, rethink about the definition of Evil abd good and look deep into your soul. Enjoyed it regardless of its disturbing nature. Read full review

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Kq - Goodreads

This book should be called "The Stanford Prison Experiment and Other Things Regarding How Good People Turn Evil". The first 200 or so pages are about The Stanford Prison Experiment (1971 study ... Read full review

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Ashley Floyd - Goodreads

This is an important book and a powerful one. That being said, it's emotionally draining. Reading page after page about human depravity is exhausting. Read full review

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Zack Ward - Goodreads

In short, the Lucifer Effect has a good premise - that situational forces (vaguely described) are more often to blame in cases of unspeakable evil than inherent nefariousness of the perpetrator - but ... Read full review

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Morgan Blackledge - Goodreads

This book represents Philip Zimbardos life's work. Over thirty years in the making. It's brilliant. its important. But be warned, this book is way too fuckin long! The book weighs in at a tubby 575 ... Read full review

Review: The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil

User Review  - Vtronin - Goodreads

Phil Zimbardo, who could be considered the father of situationalist theory, finally takes the time to put pen to paper and fully disclose the details of the Stanford Prison Experiment (SPE) which he ... Read full review


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