When You See Something, Will You Say Something?
Special | 26m
Getting ordinary people to report suspicious behavior is difficult. Our brains are wired to conserve energy, creating issues like “bystander bias” and “narrative fallacy.” Find out how issues like these as well as general risk aversion play into why we don’t take action ourselves, even when we really should. Plus, learn to identify the suspicious behaviors related to potential terrorist activity.
Aired: 12/13/18Video has closed captioning.