4. The real Panopticon?: "Subjects tested in a room with a mirror have been found to work harder,
to be more helpful and to be less inclined to cheat, compared with
control groups performing the same exercises in nonmirrored settings.
Reporting in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, C. Neil
Macrae, Galen V. Bodenhausen and Alan B. Milne found that people in a
room with a mirror were comparatively less likely to judge others based
on social stereotypes about, for example, sex, race or religion."