admin test — the Influence of Philip Zimbardo on Psychology

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Philip Zimbardo is an influential psychologist best-known for his 1971 Standford Prison Experiment.1 Many psychology students may also be familiar with his introductory psychology textbooks and Discovering Psychology video series, which are often used in high school and psychology classrooms. He is also known for his research on shyness. Zimbardo is the author of several notable books including The Lucifer Effect.2

Zimbardo has also conducted important research on the psychology of heroism and is the founder of the Heroic Imagination Project, a non-profit organization aimed at understanding and promoting everyday heroism.2

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