Deindividuation AO1

 (Social-Psychological Aggression)

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  • Deindividuation AO1
    • Le Bon
      • Individuals more likely to be aggressive when part of large group
      • Behaviour = contagious Therefore, no choice over becoming aggressive
    • Zimbardo
      • Deindividuation occurs for 2 different reasons:
        • Sense of anonymity meaning you have less guilt
          • Can be caused by protecting identity e.g. wearing mask/darkness
        • Lower inhibitions because of increased arousal
          • Can be caused by alcohol/drugs/ arousal from crowd
    • Diener
      • Happens when 4 factors occur:
        • Leading to reduced self-awareness resulting in deindividuation and increased aggression
        • Strong Group Feelings
        • Annonymity
        • Increased Arousal
        • External Factors
    • Perntice-Dunn and Rodgers
      • Caused by 2 types of self-awareness
        • Reduced Private Self-Awarness
          • Lower inhibitions , don't consider consequences of actions
        • Reduced Public Self-Awareness
          • Reduced sense of identity
  • Zimbardo
    • Deindividuation occurs for 2 different reasons:
      • Sense of anonymity meaning you have less guilt
        • Can be caused by protecting identity e.g. wearing mask/darkness
      • Lower inhibitions because of increased arousal
        • Can be caused by alcohol/drugs/ arousal from crowd
  • Annonymity
  • Increased Arousal
  • Strong Group Feelings

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