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Journeying From Evil To Heroism - The Huffington Post

“Zimbardo bottled evil in a laboratory. The lessons he learned show us our dark nature but also fill us with hope if we heed their counsel. reads like a novel.”—Anthony Pratkanis, Ph.D., professor emeritus of psychology, University of California

Philip Zimbardo knows evil inside and out. He led the infamous Stanford Prison Experiment of 1971 and was an expert witness at Abu Ghraib, privy to graphic unseen images. At TED2008, Zimbardo explains how easy it is for the good to turn evil, and on the flip side, for inspiration to lead people to heroism.

Journeying From Evil to Heroism

03/07/2013 09:25 pm ET | Updated May 08, 2013 4.6k

“In the Stanford Prison Experiment, Philip Zimbardo bottled evil in a laboratory. The lessons he learned show us our dark nature but also fill us with hope if we heed their counsel. reads like a novel.”—Anthony Pratkanis, Ph.D., professor emeritus of psychology, University of California

"Zimbardo bottled evil in a laboratory. The lessons he learned show us our dark nature but also fill us with hope if we heed their counsel. reads like a novel."—Anthony Pratkanis, Ph.D., professor emeritus of psychology, University of California