Its easy enough to notice how people behave differently toward us, depending on what we are wearing, but the effect on our own behavior is less apparent.
Good to be aware of, but it’s neither a good thing nor a bad one, as I see it. Fewer mistakes by lab coat-wearing medicos, on one hand, loss of critical judgement in some uniform-wearers, on the other.
As usual, Shakespeare got it right. “All the world’s stage” and we players tend to perform our parts according to the costumes we are wearing.