The Reckoning Overview

   The Final Reckoning of the Stanford Prison Saga is a series of articles on the most audacious theater in social science history. Step-by-step, leaving no stone unturned, what truly happened way back in 1971 is revealed. And it was nothing like we were led to believe. In this overview, you will find a recap …

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The Reckoning Part 1: Aftermath of The Lifespan of a Lie

   Some years ago, two bold men — Ben Blum here on Medium and Thibault Le Texier — made a valiant attempt to expose a landmark psychology experiment for a lie. Initially, their frontal attack with substantiating evidence bowled over a receptive audience. However, despite a courageous effort to debunk the Stanford Prison Experiment, the …

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Humanity needs Psychology Is unadulterated hypocrisy

   While researching my upcoming (free) e-book, The Downfall of Psychology, I stumbled on a startling statement by some 60 renowned national and international psychology associations. In August, for obscure reasons to raise awareness, these associations joined hands to issue Humanity Needs Psychology: What Do Psychology and Psychologists Offer Humanity?Under the banner #humanityneedspsychology, they state …

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