Author Daniel H. Pink Hosts National Geographic's Program Crowd Control

By: Misel Saban - Nov 24, 2014
References: channel.nationalgeographic & youtube
Behavioral scientist and bestselling author of five top books Daniel H. Pink recently teamed up with National Geographic to host a television series entitled Crowd Control. The program uses entertaining experiments to test and reevaluate common cultural problems. The show is designed with a dynamic power of the group set up to tackle ongoing social issues from jaywalking to public urination with fun, interesting and sometimes outlandish investigations.

The undercover theme of Crowd Control really gets to the heart of peculiar social behaviors that many of us wouldn't openly admit we partake in -- such as double dipping at a party. Using hidden cameras, entertaining tests and a wide variety of subjects, Pink uncovers how our social behaviors change once variables, limitations and rewards are put into place. Pink's compelling and enjoyable teaching style ensures that learning about behavioral science is a breeze. The first episode, Lawbreakers, premiers tonight on National Geographic at 9PM ET.