David Funder

Professor of psychology at UC Riverside, and author of the ‘Personality Puzzle,’ an introduction to personality psychology.

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David C. Funder is a psychology professor who has written a number of important textbooks and research articles pertaining to the field of personality psychology.

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Stanford Prison Experiment: The Movie

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