Readings and Assignments Read/Watch/Listen: · Blackstone – Chapter 15 (ski

Readings and Assignments
Read/Watch/Listen:
· Blackstone – Chapter 15 (skip section 15.3)
· Phillip Zimbardo – The Psychology of Evil video (below) (23:06)
· Dr. Phil Zimbardo revisits the lessons of the Stanford Prison Experiment and how these lessons can be applied to real world events. Please note that some images within this video can be difficult to watch, however, there is a warning before the videos are shown so that you can look away/mute that section if you so choose.
· If the video above does not play, you can also access it here.
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· Paul Piff – Does Money Make You Mean? video (below) (16:35)
· Dr. Paul Piff presents several of his studies, using creative designs and approaches, to learn about human behavior and shed light on social inequity in our country.
· If the video above does not play, you can also access it here.
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Review Table 15.1 (Blackstone text) and think about the transferable skills you’ve gained from RM 201. How can see you see these skills transferring to other areas of your life (personal, professional, academic) right now or in the near future? Please be specific about where you see them being helpful. Finally, reflect on all that has been covered in this course and think about yourself as a consumer of research. In what ways do you think you’ve changed from the beginning of the semester to now?

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