You must be here in search of best psychology documentaries available on Netflix. Well, your search ends here.
After reading this post, you will have awesome watchlist on Netflix for the next 30 days.
I love watching documentaries. I spent most of my time reading about them on IMDB, watching and writing articles about them.
So now a days, I am binge watching psychology documentaries, actually best psychology documentaries on netflix.
Now you are like…fucker..cut the crap and come to the point. so here are best psychology documentaries on Netflix.
1. The Stanford Prison Experiment
Well, you might have already heard about it.
Let me ask you a question. If you have to participate in a prison experiment, whom would you like to play? A Prisoner? or A Guard?
Now you must watch this. 😛
This documentary “The Stanford Prison Experiment” is based on a social psychology experiment conducted by a psychology professor, Philip Zimbardo.
Philip wanted to understand the reason behind brutality reported in American Prisons. He wanted to find if it is due to the sadistic personalities of the guards or just because of the prison environment.
This is surely one of the best psychology documentaries on netflix.
So when i was exploring, I found this question.
“What are some documentaries on Netflix about psychology?”.
My faith in Quora led me to the answers.
This is just dope!!
Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha.
So there were some good answers as well.
Then i watched both of them. Born Rich is no more on Netflix.
So let me tell you about the “Jiro Dreams of Sushi”. And just to excite you, Jiro is the chef name who dreams of Sushi.
2. Jiro Dreams of Sushi
Jiro Ono is a Japanese sushi chef.
Nat, in that quora answer, mentioned that it is a fascinating study in the psychology of mastery.
Now connect the dot. Got it? Naah!! Okay..
So this documentary follows this 90-year-old master who has put a decade of hard work in becoming one of the greatest sushi chefs.
This documentary is about the dedication Jiro put in sushi.
This documentary is about his obsession with sushi.
3. Born Rich
Well, this documentary is now available on Youtube.
I know you can google it but still embedding for some lazy folks.
Do you know her?
Yes, she is one of the cast.
But this documentary is not about her. It is about all children of the insanely rich.
And the documentary is directed by one of them, Jamie Johnson. Yes! Yes! The heir to Johnson vs Johnson.
So in this documentary a rich kid talks to other rich kids and dives into the psychology of wealthy.
4. InnSaei – the Power of Intuition
InnSaei has multiple meanings.
The sea within
To see within
to see from the inside out.
So do you know what enables humans to connect through empathy and intuition?
This documentary will help you find the answer.
5. The Mystery of Sleep
We spend one-third of our life sleeping and we don’t know why? This documentary is about this extraordinary mystery.
6. The Secret
Have you read the book “The Secret”? If yes, you can skip this.
This documentary is one of the famous and best psychology documentaries on Netflix.
But if you hate self-help stuff, you can skip it.
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