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Webinar: The Psychology of Evil, Heroism and Social Injustice During a Pandemic with Dr. Philip Zimbardo

Thursday, July 2, 2020
 
Philip Zimbardo webinar
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Internationally Renowned Psychologist Philip Zimbardo presents free webinar
 
Zimbardo’s Systemic Engagement Program: Supporting our World at this Time of Need
 
July 10, 2020
10:00 a.m. PST, 1:00 p.m. EST 
 
Internationally renowned psychologist and Palo Alto University professor emeritus, Philip Zimbardo, will explore the psychology of both evil and heroism as it relates to the many feelings and concerns of social injustice that have arisen during the global pandemic in a free webinar on July 10, at 10 a.m. PST, 1 p.m. EST. The webinar is open to the general public.  
 
 
Zimbardo is recognized as the “voice and face of contemporary American psychology” through his widely seen PBS-TV series, Discovering Psychology, his classic research, The Stanford Prison Experiment, and his popular trade books on shyness.  He is the author of the oldest current textbook in psychology, "Psychology and Life", now in its 19th Edition.  He is also the past president of the American Psychological Association, the Western Psychological Association and served as the Chair of the Council of Scientific Society Presidents (CSSP) representing 63 scientific, math and technical associations (with 1.5 million members). 
In this webinar, Phil Zimbardo will review the core principles of social injustice in psychological terms and present research-based ways to understand and respond to them.
 
During the webinar, participants will also preview Zimbardo’s newly developed program, the “Zimbardo Systemic Engagement” program. The ZSE offers participants an opportunity to learn and practice evidence-based resilience skills, as well as ways to make sense of and effectively engage a variety of situational and systemic issues. Information about this new PAU-sponsored course will be forthcoming.
 
“This webinar will strive to inspire participants to come together as a community of care,” said Zimbardo. “It will highlight the benefits of contributing to a more just world by practicing applied skills of well-being and an inspiring socio-centric focus.” 
 
 
About Dr. Philip Zimbardo
 

Philip Zimbardo

Zimbardo is currently an Emeritus Professor at Palo Alto University. He is also Emeritus Professor at Stanford University (professor since 1968) and taught previously at Yale, NYU, Columbia University, and the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. He has been given numerous awards and honors as an educator, researcher, and writer, for his service to the profession. His more than 300 professional publications and 50 books convey his research interests in the domain of social psychology. 
 
Zimbardo heads a philanthropic foundation in his name to promote student education in his ancestral Sicilian towns. Zimbardo adds further to his retirement list activities: serving as the new executive director of a Stanford center on terrorism -- the Center for Interdisciplinary Policy, Education, and Research on Terrorism (CIPERT). He was an expert witness for one of the soldiers in the Abu Ghraib Prison abuses and has studied the interrogation procedures used by the military in that and other prisons as well as by Greek and Brazilian police torturers.
 
Most recently, Zimbardo launched the Heroic Imagination Project to pursue his vision of heroism as the antidote to evil. This vision came during the writing of his landmark, New York Times bestselling book, "The Lucifer Effect," and has held his focus for more than ten years.
 
 
 
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