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Comfy Compliance: Psychology of Blind Obedience

By Unpopular Culture Podcast

In this episode, Michael discusses how we are all complacent because it makes us comfortable. Drawing from the Milgram Experiment, a study of blind obedience and authority conducted in the early 1960's, Michael proves that we are all susceptible to blind obedience. ► We are not bystanders in today's culture, and we're willing to bet: Neither are you. Unpopular Culture is a podcast where a psychotherapist and a team of dedicated professionals, dive into the broken underbelly of today's society— discovering the weird and the weirdly common. New shows full of case studies, psychological breakdowns and conspiracy theories are released every Tuesday morning wherever you get your podcasts!   Show Notes ► http://bit.ly/2iVaX4M iTunes ► http://apple.co/2dT1fPu Google Play ► http://bit.ly/2kw7cHq Stitcher ► http://bit.ly/2e4yj5y Tunein ► http://bit.ly/2ldjiSJ   For everything UPC, visit upcpodcast.com Email us your questions hello@upcpodcast.com twitter.com/upcpodcast | facebook.com/upcpodcast BADASS MERCH: www.society6.com/coreystewart

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