- Deindividuation, Self-Awareness, and Disinhibition
- deindividuating settings, as predicted by Uiener's theory of deindividuation.
- Anonymity and pseudonymity in cyberspace:
- Deindividuation, Incivility and Lawlessness.
- Self-Awareness, Deindividuation, and Social Identity: Unraveling
- adox of depersonalization and deindividuation, the paradox of. (a)symmetrical activation of paradox of deindividuation and the search for identity.
- Mallick: The dark heart of England
- We saw looting in the Vancouver riot and used “deindividuation” or the anonymity and excitement of crowds to explain it. Those kids did not need what they were stealing.
- The Dead-End Cult of 'Burning Man'
- There was much philosophizing after the riots about "deindividuation"—people losing their mature identity and regressing in the midst of the crowd. The facts are more nuanced, as psychologist Stephen Reicher of the University of St.
- You won't prevent future riots by disregarding the psychology of crowds
- The Guardian, for one, invoked the concept of "deindividuation" in one article: the idea that in crowds people become anonymous, lose their sense of self and hence the "civilised" standards against which they normally judge what to do.
- Nerd News Roundup: Paying Attention So You Don't Have To
- Here's one of them: How and Why We Lie to Ourselves: Cognitive Dissonance (spring.org.uk via hacker news) The psychologists call it 'deindividuation.
- What turns people into looters?
- One concept is called deindividuation. Normally people's behaviour is guided by their own identity and values, which tell us to not do certain things - like taking things without paying for them.
- Deindividuation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Deindividuation is a concept in social psychology regarding the loosening of social norms in groups.
- We normally carry our sense of identity around with us and are thus well aware of how we are relating to other people.
- Deindividuation « You Are Not So Smart
- Feb 10, 2011 Psychologists call this phenomenon deindividuation, it's fun to say and one of the more straightforward terms in the scientific lexicon.
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