The Lucifer Effect – How Good People Become Bad: Implications in the Mental Health/Forensic Setting

Recorded on October 1, 2020

Guest Speaker: Dr. Luck Subramanian

The Lucifer Effect is the process by which regular, otherwise good people do bad things within the context of a dominating social situation facilitating this transformation.  Social psychology giants such as Phillip Zimbardo and Roy Baumeister have provided insight into this unsettling process and enlightening guidance on restoring goodness.  This presentation explores the Lucifer Effect within the mental health setting, arguing for and highlighting the marked importance of ethical leadership at every step in the organizational structure.

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