The family whose breadwinner gambled away the week's grocery money. The businesses who've been embezzled by a wayward employee.
Kumar, Farley, and Joffe-Ellis were on hand to pay homage to Albert Ellis with respect to his relationship with "the media". His widow Debbie Joffe-Ellis has always been strong and devoted to such tributes, but she apologized for being somewhat drained; her mother died last week.
Another loss… But the show went on, with many powerful memories and anecdotes. Kumar opened with a favorite quote: Ellis, much like Zimbardo in this respect, grew up spending a lot of time alone and lonely in hospital. He too developed ways to self-entertain.
As an adult with an adoring press entourage, Ellis enjoyed the attention, but not for personal fame but for advancing his ideas.
Sparks flew off him when he spoke Al wanted his life to be a work of art, and it was. And the media gravitates towards that. Ellis acknowledged the influence of Adler, whose work never really was completely developed. Al was funnier, and more handsome.
And the media loved him. Honored guests were acknowledged, including a delegation from Norway and a psychologist who has invented a system of allowing a person without sight to see. Past leaders were acknowledged and applauded, along with a leader of Mexico's psychology organization.
Consistent with the overall theme of diversity An award for lifetime achievement went to Florence Denmark who leads a delegation to the UN, and a second award went to James M.
Who are we, what are our expectations and motivations? He recalled finding himself on the defensive when interviewing with a new dean, and there really was no need to defend social psychology, but he felt the need.
At the U of Chicago, he found that if he was dressed casually and walking normally albeit large statured people would be afraid of him and cross the street or change path.
He learned that if he whistled Beatles Tunes or Vivaldi, the attitude towards him changed. Expectation, motivation, past experience, context. It changed the contingencies.
One is vigilant, Remedies? Engage in positive things: Pat DeLeon is retiring this year as assistant to Senator Inouye of Hawaii, after many years of service and advocating for mental health policies.
Some applause, wishes for a great convention, and an invitation to stick around a while for some post-show Funkadesi Good night from Washington. Friday, 5 August Washington, D.
Phillip Zimbardo spent an hour yesterday sharing his perspective on life as a survivor of poverty in the Bronx. Today he reflected his take-away from the Stanford Prison Experiment - and how he has transformed from that kid in the Bronx and that hard-core situationist who ended up running a legendary experiment at Stanford University.
On this 40th Anniversary of the 4 Stanford Prison Experiment, Zimbardo he has much to share, including memories, lessons, videotapes, and some of the key participants in running the study - and ending it.
This was multimedia presentation to be sure, from computers, word-wide web which just celebrated its own 20th anniversary this week and videotapes made from within the "prison" - presented by a true original master. For sure, a show. It sure works for me! Zimbardo narrated live and on media actual videos of the Prison Experiment, describing events from beginning discussions about the importance of realistic initial arrests to the details of why it had to end abruptly.
Zimbardo illuminated the role and impact of the woman who convinced him to stop the experiment after only 6 days: She is here now too, and is the wife of Phil Zimbardo. His narrative takes us from the first says of the experiment, through its aftermath, and into his present focus on "heroic imagination".
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