As I said here, never forget that the majority of German experts, scientists, doctors, teachers, preachers, intellectuals, artists, filmmakers and delivery truck drivers remained in Germany and did the Nazi government's bidding. Never forget that as you look at this article at The Atlantic.
It turns out that, by its own words, "many psychologists wrongly assumed coercive attitudes exist only among conservatives'. Meanwhile, many wrongly believed that people who turn copper pennies into copper wires are only known to be Jewish. Also, many wrongly believed that women are thought to be intellectually inferior to men. By the by, it's also known that many wrongly believed that all blacks like watermelon and fried chicken.
These are, quoth The Atlantic, the "many" psychologists. Those who are part of the thriving multibillion dollar a year mental health industry. That industry in which we put all of our modern hopes and dreams to fix all of humanity's problems. The same industry that has convinced us no behavior is anything but a mental issue, rather than a case of character, morals, values, behavioral choices.
Except, apparently, coercive attitudes, which many believe are capable of being embraced only among conservatives - however conservatives happen to be defined.
Again, most 'psychologists' in Germany were all about the Master Race attitudes toward the German peoples, the Jews, the Gypsies, and everyone the German government with the big paychecks wanted. I'm sure the liberal dominance of our society's big institutions of wealth, power and parties with T&A have nothing to do with those psychologists concluding this about conservatives, or deciding it would take an impressive amount of scholarship to suggest otherwise.
Trust in God. Trust in Christ. Trust in the Gospel. Even if the Church isn't pointing us that way right now, that is who we better trust in, because if you're trusting in anyone or anything else, you deserve whatever 'many psychologists' will likely say about you.