Phillip Zimbardo is one of the world’s renowned social psychologists and ex-president of the American Psychological Association. He has been active in the field for more than forty years. His extensive work deals with people and their relationship to pleasure instincts, social cues, and time effects.
One of his recent talks on time and society has been animated, care of the Royal Society of Arts. Through the simple use of marker pens and drawings we get to see an eloquent lecture come to life, revealing how our sense of time may be affecting our lives and society in general.
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