A Google or YouTube search of 'resistance to change' reveals a great many videos. It is difficult to determine which videos are credible and which are snake oil.
While I'm not smart enough to judge each video, I can vouch for videos that are based on sound theory. I'm taking a bit of a risk here because I'm not going to stake my reputation of the validity and reliability of Goldratt's theory of constraints. The first half dozen journal articles I read were just theoretical arguments using no real data.
Nonetheless, the video makes a very clear argument that people do not resist all change:
Goldratt made this video in the 2008-9 timeframe.
I am not sure whether his thinking evolved or whether other people misinterpret his work. A journal article published in '01 hooked me with a title claiming the TOC could assist CM. Then the author cites Kanter and creates the dreaded "why people resist change" table as if it a comprehensive list:
The only mistake is the title. The list is not incorrect, only incomplete. It should read something like clinical or social factors causing resistance to change.