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An interview with Philip Zimbardo

Author: Philip G Zimbardo; Charles William Harris
Publisher: New York, Harper & Row, 1976.
Series: Audio colloquies.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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In a two-part interview, Dr. Zimbardo discusses his career and research in the field of social psychology. He elaborates on his hypothesis that time conceptions are important for behavior and relates his research on setting and behavior modification.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Philip G Zimbardo; Charles William Harris
OCLC Number: 42568065
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Performer(s): Charles Harris, interviewer.
Description: 2 cassettes.
Contents: In part 1 Dr. Zimbardo discusses the issue that brought him into the field of social psychology and his hypothesis that time conceptions are important for behavior. In part 2 he talks of his attemps to discover whether individual change as a result of the setting they are in, or whether the setting changes as a function of the individuals who are in it. He alos discusses some of the ethical issues raised by his studies and those of Milgram and others.
Series Title: Audio colloquies.

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In a two-part interview, Dr. Zimbardo discusses his career and research in the field of social psychology. He elaborates on his hypothesis that time conceptions are important for behavior and relates his research on setting and behavior modification.

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