Bryant H. McGill
Jul 25, 2013-- Dr. Philip G. Zimbardo, a giant in the field of social psychology, delivered a commencement address at the University of Puget Sound in May. He is now a professor at Palo Alto University, a professor emeritus at Stanford University, and the president of the Heroic Imagination Project. In the speech Dr. Zimbardo lays out seven paths to personal happiness and collective well-being based on insights from his research on evil, heroism, time, shyness, and the power of the social situation. Read on for Dr. Zimbardo's seven paths to a fulfilling life, both personally and communally. (83481 reads)
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