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- That combination of factors, Nemerovski says "has been shown in several prominent studies to lead to a psychological state called 'deindividuation,' which is believed to reduce our inhibitions to perform antisocial behavior.
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- 'Deindividuation theory' talks about a crowd resulting in a loss of self-awareness, where factors such as anonymity weaken personal standards and self-control.
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- It has something to do with the concept of "deindividuation.
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- Deindividuation, briefly, is a psychological theory stating that when we are in groups, we lose some of our self-awareness and become more likely to act in disinhibited, non-socially-normative ways.
Deindividuation is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Deindividuation books and related discussion.
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