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Philip Zimbardo, who conducted the now-classic Stanford Prison Experiment in 1971, address

Philip Zimbardo, who conducted the now-classic Stanford Prison Experiment in 1971, addresses the perplexing issue of how average, decent people become perpetrators of evil. He calls this

a.the Abu Ghraib phenomenon.

b.the Lucifer effect.

c.the Devil’s workshop.

d.the Stanford Prison Experiment Phase II.

 

 

24.The search for meaning and purpose in life is not

a.the result of your active thinking and choosing.

b.accompanied by a degree of anxiety.

  1.                 automatically bestowed on you.
  2.                one that lasts a lifetime.

 

 

25.Being secure about your values implies that you

a.will change your values without giving the matter considerable thought.

b.will be able to respect values of others that may differ from your own.

c.need to impose your values on other people.

d.avoid interacting with people whose values differ from yours.

 

 

26. At its worst, living without meaning and values can

  1.                             result in suicide.
  2.                             cause moderate distress.
  3.                              lead to boredom and stagnation.
  4.                             reduce one’s productivity at work.

 

 

27. As an expert witness in the trial of a military policeman involved in the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse, Zimbardo describes how __________________forces transformed a good guard into a bad guard.

a.intrapsychic

b.hormonal

c.situational

d.neurological

 

 

28. _________________________ believes that the antidote to evil is heroism, and he has spearheaded the nonprofit Heroic Imagination Project.

a.Irvin Yalom

b.Philip Zimbardo

c.Francis Bok

d.Martin Seligman

e.Tal Ben-Shahar

 

 

29. Spirituality is often viewed as

  1.                 a journey
  2.                an odyssey
  3.                 a pilgrimage
  4.                an expedition into the meaning of life.
  5.                 all of the above

 

 

30. ___________________ is at the foundation of healing in Step programs for people struggling with addictions to alcohol and mood-altering substances.

  1.                 Medication
  2.                Tough love
  3.                 Spirituality
  4.                Solitude

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