His book The Lucifer Effect explores the nature of evil; now, in his new work, he studies the nature of heroism.
A former prison psychologist who converted to Islam and married a member of the notorious Skaf gang has been pictured wearing a burqa while out with their child in Sydney.
Philip Zimbardo was the leader of the notorious 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment — and an expert witness at Abu Ghraib.
I am interested especially in temporal biases in which these learned cognitive categories are not "balanced" according to situations, contexts and demands, but one or another are utilized excessively or underutilized.
My new book (with John Boyd) is The Time Paradox (Simon & Schuster, 2008) and its features can be gleaned from our new web site: Time
Instead, study author Michael Gibson-Light, a doctoral candidate in the University of Arizona School of Sociology, found that inmates are trying to figure out ways to better feed themselves as certain prison services are being defunded.
The rise of ramen as currency in prison signals "punitive frugality," indicating that the burden and cost of care is shifting away from prison systems and onto prisoners and their support networks, said Gibson-Light, who will present his research at the 111th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA).
Joanne Natalie Senior (pictured), a 36-year-old former prison psychologist who converted to Islam and married a member of the notorious Skaf gang, has been pictured wearing a burqa while out in Sydney Senior has had two relationships with me from the Skaf gang.