Systems | The Time Paradox 2 of 2 | Philip Zimbardo
EPISODE 2 of 2 Some people become successful and rest on their laurels. Other people DON'T GIVE A F*** and keep getting after it even after unimaginable worldly success. That is the author of this book. Philip Zimbardo. Most famous for his groundbreaking Stanford Prison Experiment, he is BACK AGAIN for an insane series. The Time Paradox. What if... how we thought about time was SUPER important? Like.... as important as whiskey or getting 1gram of protein per lbs of bodyweight important. Dr. Zimbardo teaches us that there are multiple time perspectives, what is optimal, and then helps us reset our internal clocks with the optimal time perspective to GET RICH, JACKED, AND BECOME A GOD AMONG MEN..... or something like that. If you like any of the following you will like this episode Four Loco Money Steak Handicapped Cats Fat Trel Listen. Behold. IT'S TIMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Systems | The Time Paradox 1 of 2 | Philip Zimbardo
Some people become successful and rest on their laurels. Other people DON'T GIVE A F*** and keep getting after it even after unimaginable worldly success. That is the author of this book. Philip Zimbardo. Most famous for his groundbreaking Stanford Prison Experiment, he is BACK AGAIN for an insane series. The Time Paradox. What if... how we thought about time was SUPER important? Like.... as important as whiskey or getting 1gram of protein per lbs of bodyweight important. Dr. Zimbardo teaches us that there are multiple time perspectives, what is optimal, and then helps us reset our internal clocks with the optimal time perspective to GET RICH, JACKED, AND BECOME A GOD AMONG MEN..... or something like that. If you like any of the following you will like this episode Four Loco Money Steak Handicapped Cats Fat Trel Listen. Behold. IT'S TIMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Prof. Philip Zimbardo - The Anatomy Of Good And Evil (#012)
Rants About Humanity
In this podcast episode we talked about : ● The Stanford Prison Experiment● What makes people commit evil deeds● The crises of men● How to become a hero Professor Zimbardo is an emeritus in psychology at Stanford University, and creator of The Stanford Prison Experiment, He served as President of the American Psychological Association and has written more than 60 books and has over 600 publications (professional and popular articles, and chapters). Among his books are: Psychology and Life textbook, Shyness, The Lucifer Effect, The Time Paradox, The Time Cure, and most recently, Man Interrupted. His current research looks at the psychology of heroism, asking: “What forces push some people to become perpetrators of evil, while others act heroically on behalf of people in need.” As founder and president of the nonprofit foundation, Heroic Imagination Project (HIP), he does training globally in schools, institutions, and businesses. ☟ Find out more about Prof. Philip Zimbardo at☟ https://www.heroicimagination.org/ ☞ SUBSCRIBE, SHARE OR LEAVE A REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS ☜ If you like this podcast, don’t forget to subscribe and support our mission of freedom of speech. 🚀CLIENT CLOSER ACADEMY 🚀 With increasing censorship and restrictions on fundamental freedoms, we believe that now, more than ever is the time for you to be an online coach and consultant and become free from the system. That’s why we created the Client Closer Academy. Learn how to consistently enroll clients and join a community of fellow free thinkers who value personal responsibility, speaking their truth, and making an impact. ➡️ Find out more at https://clientcloser.com/academy
Ep 10: The Psychology of Evil and Heroism with Dr. Philip Zimbardo
Psychology Is Podcast with Nick Fortino
50 years after the famous Stanford Prison Experiment, the living legend Dr. Philip Zimbardo joins Dr. Nick Fortino on the Psychology Is podcast to discuss the psychology of evil and the psychology of heroism. In the conversation, Dr. Zimbardo responds to claims that he initially misled the public about the degree to which he influenced the guards in the prison study. Here is his full, written rebuttal to these claims: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:d3f1d9eb-778d-4513-af78-839fdef05ccc You can learn more about Dr. Zimbardo's Heroic Imagination Project here: https://www.heroicimagination.org--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/psychology-is/support
#58 The Stanford Prison Experiment, Heroism, and the Plight of Young Men | Dr. Philip Zimbardo
SuperPsyched with Dr. Adam Dorsay
We like to think of ourselves as good people. When we see or hear about injustices, most of us think we would do the right thing whether it would be defying authority in order to help people or by demonstrating courage under challenging circumstances. And yet, studies and history reveal that we often do nothing, conform with brutality, or comply with authority. It appears that the line between doing good versus doing evil may be thinner than any of us would prefer to imagine. My guest, Dr. Philip Zimbardo has taught psychology at Stanford University for over 50 years and was the author and lead researcher of the internationally famous Stanford Prison Experiment. The results of the study, which is now a landmark in social psychology, suggest that otherwise psychologically healthy people can behave badly under the right circumstances. Dr. Zimbardo has done deep research into the evil humans can perform and, more recently, he has done a 180 and become an important voice in studying its opposite: heroism. His Heroic Imagination Project (www.heroicimagination.org) uses scientific research to teach us to harness our abilities to act heroically and override any innate biases that might cause us to conform or to be bystanders rather than upstanders. The program has garnered tremendous praise and has been implemented into training programs at police departments, public schools, and other organizations. So, listen in, as Dr. Zimbardo and I discuss the good and evil that humans are capable of doing and how to call upon our better selves under stress.
From Evil to Hero - Dr. Foojan Zeine chats with Dr. Philip Zimbardo
Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan
Inner Voice - Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan on KMET 1490 AM / ABC News Radio. In this segment- From Evil to Hero- Dr. Foojan shares the Tip of the Week about choosing your words wisely, they represent you and create your results. She will share how to live a purposeful life after 60 in the Ask me segment. Dr. Foojan will bring you Dr. Philip Zimbardo – one of the world’s most renowned psychologists, and a professor emeritus at Stanford University. Author of many amazing books such as The Lucifer Effect, Shyness, Man Interrupted, The Time Paradox, and The Time Cure. He is also the founder and president of the Heroic Imagination Project. Chatting about the concept of how people can act evil or heroic, Shyness, and the concept of how people live in six-time zones. www.heroicimagination.org Visit my website - www.FOOJAN.com
From the Stanford Prison Experiment to creating heroes
OverviewThe Stanford Prison Experiment. 60 books. 600 publications. 40 years at Stanford University. Dr. Philip Zimbardo is one of the most influential psychologists in history.In this conversation, I speak with Dr. Zimbardo about his childhood, what led him into psychology, the Stanford Prison Experiment, and his work to create everyday heroes.Highlights2:00 – “I was always a psychologist as a child, meaning always asking questions why people do things they do. Why people behave the way they do. It started with a lot of personal experiences.”2:30 – “When I was five years old, I whooping cough and double pneumonia and I was quarantined for five and a half months”4:00 – “When I got out of the hospital, I was incredibly skinny, I had blue eyes and a big nose, and that was the image of ‘The Jew’ in the South Bronx… I learned to be a good runner.”5:15 – “I was curious about why kids would do that. I knew I was a good kid, I knew I was nice. That first experience about prejudice really started me off thinking ‘why do people behave the way they do?'”6:40 – “I wanted to do an experiment to demonstrate that if you put good people in a bad situation, the situation will dominate the people, rather than the people will change the situation.”10:40 – “The Heroic Imagination Project is my legacy, rather than the Stanford Prison Experiment.”12:30 – “Can anyone be a hero if what we mean by a hero is someone who makes sacrifices for the good of other people?”16:15 – “Curiously, the word hero and heroism was not in any textbook in psychology. The words don’t exist…. that’s very, very curious.”18:00 – “It’s standing up, speaking out, taking action. Those are the kinds of things we do.”20:15 – “The workplace is actually a setting in which individuals can do lots of good, using their time, their expertise, to help fellow workers, and collectively to help with various causes like reducing prejudice.”21:30 – “That’s where the Heroic Imagination comes in. Making people aware that something is wrong. We need more women in tech. We need more Asians, blacks, in positions of leadership. The Heroic Imagination is you give voice to that.”23:30 – “Resilience is a very complex concept. We originally think of resilience as bouncing back… but resilience means how can we, each of us, deal with the many problems we have… life is filled with challenges and sometimes the challenges seem overwhelming to you as an individual… that’s ideally where co-workers can help, where neighbors can help…”25:45 – “The moment you say there’s nothing I can do to make this better, at that moment you’re making it worse. And the conclusion is that you’re likely to die earlier.” 26:05 – “The opposite of resilience is giving up. And when you give up, you die. You die psychologically, or you die physically.”26:45 – “People have to know that you’re making yourself available… it’s really critical that each of us makes clear to our friends and family that we’re available in your time of need.” Resources Dr. Zimbardo’s wikipedia page An overview of The Stanford Prison Experiment The Stanford Prison Experiment website The Stanford Prison Experiment feature film “The psychology of evil” at TED2008 by Dr. Zimbardo Heroic Imagination Project Dr. Z’s TED talk about Heroic Imagination Get in touch Newsletter: chrisbordoni.com/newsletter Twitter: @ChrisBordoni Instagram: @chrisbordoni LinkedIn: cbordoni Web: chrisbordoni.com Thanks so much for listening!
Why boys are failing? Was wir von Philip Zimbardo lernen können Teil 2
I need a hero
Warum haben Jungs in der Schule mehr Probleme als Mädchen und warum versagen immer mehr Männer in ihrem Job? The demise of guys? oder Why boys are failing? – mit diesem Phänomen beschäftigt sich Philip Zimbardo. Welche Gründe er nennt und was wir alle dagegen tun können, darüber sprechen wir in unserer heutigen Podcastfolge.
Das Stanford Prison Experiment und was wir von Philip Zimbardo lernen können
I need a hero
Wer ist eigentlich Philip Zimbardo und was haben er und das Stanford Prison Experiment mit dem Helden e.V. zu tun? Diese Fragen beantworten wir euch in der heutigen Podcastfolge und stellen euch damit auch den Schirmherren unseres Vereins vor. Neben psychologischen Theorien und Analysen erwarten euch spannende Hintergrundinfos sowie Buch- und Videoempfehlungen.