Psychology

My Dream Dinner Conversation: 10 Questions for 10 Famous Psychologists

I only took one psychology class in college and it was with Phil Zimbardo who engineered the famous Stanford Prison Experiment more than fifty years ago. Thirty years later as I was writing a book on emotions, I interviewed Phil (who is still living today at 91 years old) about the topic of evil - the subject of the Prison Experiment. I wanted to know if his perspective on how evil can be so porous, depending upon the habitat and circumstances, had shifted over time.

My Dream Dinner Conversation: 10 Questions for 10 Famous Psychologists