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by Peter Moskos

May 13, 2008

In the name of research

The man behind the famous Stanford Prison Experiment, Dr. Phillip Zimbardo, is examining how people view altruism and heroism. Help his research by completing an online questionnaire at http://www.socialpsychresearch.org.

There are six screens of questions (I hate when they don't tell you when it will end). It takes about 10 min. What do you get out of it? Well, nothing perhaps. But in the end I enjoyed thinking about the differences between heroism and altruism.

And I promise you won't get locked up.

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