When Good People Do Bad Things, Part 2 | Dr. Phil
Dr. Philip Zimbardo, a member of the Dr. Phil advisory board, is professor emeritus at Stanford University and the author of The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil. He has performed some of the most groundbreaking experiments in the history of psychology. On the last show, Dr. Zimbardo performed experiments with the Dr. Phil audience, examining blind obedience to authority. Catch up on what you missed in Part 1! Obedience to Authority Dr. Zimbardo's audience experiments showed how easily many people blindly obey another person just because they look like an authority figure. Do the experiments generate the same results in other countries? See what happened in London, England, when a man in a uniform asks passersby to do strange things! Plus, will the taser experiment generate different results in the U.K.? "Are we that vulnerable to a uniform?" Follow the Leader In another experiment, teen girls are put into a