Philip Zimbardo: Video Analysis

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In the video, Philip Zimbardo indicates that the line between good and evil is movable, “Good people could be seduced across that line, and under good and some rare circumstances, bad kids could recover with help, with reform, with rehabilitation.” It makes me wonder why the number of good people getting worse is greater than the number of bad people getting better. According to Roy F. Baumeister, a psychology PhD, bad is stronger than good because bad emotions, bad parents, and bad feedback have more impact than good ones, and bad impressions and bad stereotypes are quicker to form and more resistant to disconfirmation than good ones. Then, learning something bad seems easier and faster than learning something good. For example, lying is easier

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