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Well researched, well written

User Review  - popguru - Overstock.com

I was first introduced to Zimbardo in school, and have always been fascinated with his work. As such, I very much enjoyed this book. It isn't always an exciting read, but the Sociologist in me loved it. ... Read full review

Reads like a thriller

User Review  - jrzohn - Overstock.com

Philip Zimbardo has written extensively on social influence and behavior modification. This book is his greatest work concerning how the roles each of us plays in society can be changed by the ... Read full review

The Lucifer effect: understanding how good people turn evil

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Zimbardo (psychology, emeritus, Stanford Univ.) is best known for a 1971 study, since called the Stanford Prison Experiment, in which student volunteers were randomly assigned to be guards or ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Nancy - Goodreads

I would give this book 5 stars for subject matter and 3 stars for execution. While this Stanford Prison Experiment is a fascinating subject, and it's great to get all the details lo these many decades ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Maria Caggiano - Goodreads

First the Pro's: This book was written by the principle investigator of the "Stanford Prison Experiment" in the 1970's. This individual also was an expert witness at the trial of SFC Frederick, one of ... Read full review

Lucifer Effect

User Review  - cjlifecycle - Overstock.com

Very good price and prompt delivery. Great book for those interested in this area of human behavior. Read full review


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