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Psychological Explanation For Aggression (Deindividuation) ­ Andrew F



AO1's AO2's
1 Deindividuation describes the loss of any
personal characteristics of identity, which
leads to a change in the thinking of the
individual.
2 Deindividuation can be achieved in many
ways, including through the wearing of
uniforms related to social roles…

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Psychological Explanation For Aggression (Deindividuation) ­ Andrew F

linked to a very specific set of circumstances
that cannot be generalised to other settings.
6 Also, recent research by Marsh has disputed
the theory that crowds cause
deindividuation. Studying football crowds, he
found that there were a number of small
groups…

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Psychological Explanation For Aggression (Deindividuation) ­ Andrew F

16 Deindividuation can provide one explanation
for aggression, but it cannot account for all
the complexities of human behaviour.

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