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Deindividuation, self-awareness, and disinhibition

Deindividuation, self-awareness, and disinhibition,10.1037//0022-3514.37.7.1160,Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,Edward Diener

Deindividuation, self-awareness, and disinhibition   (Citations: 58)
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Journal: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology - PSP , vol. 37, no. 7, pp. 1160-1171, 1979
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    • ...In general, research on deindividuation and subsequent uninhibited behavior suggests anonymity is an important element in this link (Diener 1979; Diener et al. 1976)...
    • ...The former finding is consistent with the literature that anonymity (whether it be from the presence of other group members or the absence of individuating information in social interactions) often leads to more extreme and uninhibited behavior (Barak 2005; Coffey and Woolworth 2004; Diener 1979; Diener et al. 1976; Kiesler et al. 1984; Leader et al. 2007; Lee and Leets 2002; Sproull and Kiesler 1986)...

    Eric D. Wesselmannet al. Cat-Calls and Culpability: Investigating the Frequency and Functions o...

    • ...It is possible, however, that other manipulations may support a social loafing explanation; for instance, if the submergence of individuals in a group provides a cloak of anonymity that allows them to reduce their effort, then electronic groups (where members interact by typing and have a harder time tracking who has typed what because they cannot see or hear one another) may recall less than faceto-face groups (see Diener, 1979; Kiesler, ...

    Justina Ohaeri Ekeochaet al. Collaborative recall in face-to-face and electronic groups

    • ...A deindividuated member experiences low accountability and self-awareness due to which s/he is less inhibited by her/his internalized norms and is more willing to engage in behavior that s/he would not display in front of others (Diener, 1979; Festinger, Pepitone, & Newcomb, 1952)...

    Surinder S. Kahaiet al. Team collaboration in virtual worlds

    • ...This has been demonstrated in a wide range of classic social psychology studies (Diener, 1979; Milgram, 1974, Mullen, 1991, Zimbardo, 1973)...

    Arnaud Wisman. Digging in Terror Management Theory: To Use or Lose the Symbolic Self?

    • ...Research indicates that being in front of an audience who is actively observing the self fosters self-focus (Carver and Scheier, 1978; Diener, 1979; Diener, Lusk, DeFour and Flax, 1980)...

    Alain Morin. Possible Links Between Self-Awareness and Inner Speech Theoretical bac...

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