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Corrections: Perspectives On Research, Policy, and Impact: Summary of Proceedings
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in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; edited by Philip Zimbardo, 1933- and James W. Newton, fl. 1971; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933- and James W. Newton, fl. 1971, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483, Folder 3 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, originally published 1975), 49 page(s)
in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; edited by Philip Zimbardo, 1933- and James W. Newton, fl. 1971; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933- and James W. Newton, fl. 1971, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483, Folder 3 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, originally published 1975), 49 page(s)
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in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483, Folder 8: Follow-up proposal by Zimbardo, 1972 , 8 page(s)
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Situational Psychology, Individualistic and Situational Psychology
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presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-; produced by ShortCutsTV, in Situational Psychology (Leicester, England: ShortCutsTV, 2017), 5 mins
Most psychology is individualistic, suggesting that people’s behaviour is a product of their biological inheritance and personal experiences. This short film, using original footage from Zimbardo’s famous Stanford Prison Experiment, illustrates an alternative idea that people can be literally transformed by th...
presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-; produced by ShortCutsTV, in Situational Psychology (Leicester, England: ShortCutsTV, 2017), 5 mins
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Social Psychology, The Psychology of Abuse: Abuses at Abu Ghraib Prison
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written by Margaret Warner, 1950- and Jay Winik, 1957-; with Dave Grossman, 1956-, Robert Jay Lifton, 1962- and Philip Zimbardo, 1933- (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2004), 16 mins
A panel discussion about the psychology behind abusive behavior and violence.
written by Margaret Warner, 1950- and Jay Winik, 1957-; with Dave Grossman, 1956-, Robert Jay Lifton, 1962- and Philip Zimbardo, 1933- (Arlington, VA: NewsHour Productions, 2004), 16 mins
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Stanford Prison Experiment: A Simulation Study of the Psychology of Imprisonment, Conducted 1971 at Stanford University
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in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483, Folder 12 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, originally published 1971), 77 page(s)
in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483, Folder 12 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, originally published 1971), 77 page(s)
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Stanford Prison Experiment Daily Action Notebook
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in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Notebooks (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street), 152 page(s)
in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Notebooks (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street), 152 page(s)
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Stanford Prison Experiment: Prisoner Letters and Interviews, Part 1
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in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483, Folder 16 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, originally published 1972), 42 page(s)
in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483, Folder 16 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, originally published 1972), 42 page(s)
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Anxiety, Fear, and Social Affiliation
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with Irving Sarnoff, fl. 1961 and Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, in Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, Vol. 62 no. 2, 1961, pp. 356-363 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1961, originally published 1961), 8 page(s)
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with Irving Sarnoff, fl. 1961 and Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, in Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, Vol. 62 no. 2, 1961, pp. 356-363 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1961, originally published 1961), 8 page(s)
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Discontinuity Theory: Cognitive & Social Searches for Rationality & Normality - May Lead to Madness
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in Philip Zimbardo Papers, of University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-, Series 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, 1971-2005, Box M3483.3, Folder 3: Discontinuity Theory, Undated , 124 page(s)
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Ideas Roadshow, Critical Situations: The Evolution of a Situational Psychologist (Part 2): A Conversation with Philip Zimbardo
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directed by Howard Burton, 1965-; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-; produced by Open Agenda Publishing; interview by Howard Burton, 1965-, in Ideas Roadshow (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England: Open Agenda Publishing, 2016), 59 mins
In this two-part conversation Philip Zimbardo, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University, relates his intriguing life history and the survival techniques that he developed from the particular dynamics of his upbringing in the Bronx to his quarantine experiences, his experiences with South Bronx gangs, and mor...
directed by Howard Burton, 1965-; with Philip Zimbardo, 1933-; produced by Open Agenda Publishing; interview by Howard Burton, 1965-, in Ideas Roadshow (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England: Open Agenda Publishing, 2016), 59 mins
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