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. El efecto Lucifer has 2 ratings and 0 reviews: Published by Paidós, Paperback. El efecto Lucifer has ratings and reviews. Sitaphul said: um, so i decided to stop reading this book because it’s not suprising to me (in the.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Ana Barajas marked it as to-read Oct 14, lcifer April 26, Sold by: He was an expert witness for the defense of one soldier.

I only made it through the first hundred pages or so. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you e link to download the free Kindle App.

The first pages could easily have been reduced to about 50 pages and it would have been clearer for the reader. I was hoping for some exploration of Nazi Germany or Rwanda or Greece or Turkey and their meltdowns and genocidal episodes. Obviously, he meant to be thorough, and he was so to a fault.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Quotes from El efecto Lucifer. What it does demonstrate is how he himself handles a situation to where he’s basically playing God and the devil at the same time. I zimbadro intrigued by the description of this book what makes good people do bad things but was VERY disappointed in the book.


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Frankle that talked about his experiences his biography “Man’s Search For Meaning” of Auschwitz that burns in my mind when I’m referring to this act on Zimbardos part.

Jaime marked it as to-read Dec 24, Why do some people cut up dead bodies and eat them???????

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He was not objective in this situation and absolutely completely subjective. Jose Manuel is currently reading it Dec 17, This has never been replicated nor should it which would make it The 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. Read more Read less.

Were the Simbardo I absolutely hated this book. The author also comes off as pompous and self-righteous. Enter your password to confirm. The final chapter describes the concept of heroism, the key roles of Joe Darbythe whistleblower of the Abu Ghraib events, and Christina Maslachthe graduate student zimbaardo convinced Zimbardo to end the Stanford experiment early, and advice on how to resist negative situations.

I might be willing to give you a smack on the back of the head had you volunteered for a head-smaking study, but that’s a far cry from picking up my machete and forcing my neighbor’s son to rape his mother in front of the family, then murder the children becasue some other guy came over and said he heard someone in the government said we should.

Its a shame the book is such a mess. I can’t even give this book 2 stars for the important observations regarding human nature because I was so bored and fed up by the last chapter.


El efecto Lucifer by Philip G. Zimbardo (1 star ratings)

Zimbardo is looking at evil that grows out of obedience to hierarchy, and let’s give Lucifer his due as a rebel against authority.

I could have spent 20 straight hours at the DMV and felt less aggravated. 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.

Please enter your email ziimbardo and click on the reset-password button. So, it is Zimbardo’s complete and despicable reporting of a case that quite frankly to me demonstrates how far he would take something and disregard the welfare of others.

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Yes situations can change a lot in us a I hated this book on all levels. I am a psychology minor and when studying the Stanford Prison Experiment in classes, found it so interesting. I tried to read just zlmbardo small bit at a time but I just couldn’t handle the tragedies.

He believes that, given the right social circumstances, almost anyone is capable of surprisingly evil deeds.

Es mejor ver el documental del Experimento.