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Deindividuation (social psychological theory)

Deindividuation refers to a psychological state in which individuals have lowered levels of
selfevaluation (e.g. when they are in a crowd or under the influence of alcohol) and decreased
concerns about the evaluation by others. People are more likely to be aggressive if they have a…

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Cultural and Gender differences ­ In large crowds, it is more likely to be aggressive if it is
just males. This could possible be due to their testosterone levels and the idea of competition ­
fight or flight. Whereas females are more likely to tend or befriend.
Reductionist ­…


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