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Effects of public and private self-awareness on deindividuation and aggression

Effects of public and private self-awareness on deindividuation and aggression,10.1037//0022-3514.43.3.503,Journal of Personality and Social Psycholog

Effects of public and private self-awareness on deindividuation and aggression   (Citations: 40)
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Journal: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology - PSP , vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 503-513, 1982
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    • ...Even analysis by pattern recognition in video footage is difficult (Wohlstein and McPhail 1979) and might provide little insight into motivations and intent of riot participants anyway (Prentice-Dunn and Rogers 1982)...

    Paul M. Torrenset al. Modeling Geographic Behavior in Riotous Crowds

    • ...According to this view, crowd membership leads to mindlessness and irrationality caused by de-individuation (loss of self), leading to an increase in destructive tendencies (Le Bon, 1947; Prentice-Dunn & Rogers, 1982)...

    Winston R. Siecket al. Violent and peaceful crowd reactions in the Middle East: cultural expe...

    • ...Public self-awareness occurs when individuals attend to themselves as a social object (Prentice-Dunn & Rogers, 1982)...
    • ...Contrary to public self-awareness, private self-awareness is characterized by an individuals’ intense focus on their own thoughts and feelings (Franzoi & Davis, 1985; Prentice-Dunn & Rogers, 1982)...

    Rosanna E. Guadagnoet al. Who blogs? Personality predictors of blogging

    • ...mirrors) [4]. When privately self-aware, one is able to reflect more on one’s attitudes, standards [2] and emotional states [6]...
    • ...The public facet of self-awareness is the awareness experienced when one perceives the self as a social object [2] and it is increased with cues of accountability (e.g. identifying photographs) [4]...

    Asimina Vasalouet al. Constructing my online self: avatars that increase self-focused attent...

    • ...Because of the need to type during the CMC experience, a variation of the method used by Prentice-Dunn and Rogers (1982) to reduce private self-awareness (loud rock music and video games on monitors) was used...
    • ...Public Self-awareness Public self-awareness is usually increased by making participants identifiable (Carver & Scheier, 1981) or accountable for their own behaviour (Prentice-Dunn & Rogers, 1982), and reduced by emphasising anonymity...
    • ...This manipulation fulfils the Prentice-Dunn and Rogers (1982) criteria of both accountability cues (to both experimenter and other participant) argued to increase public selfawareness...
    • ...It is to be expected that the perception of anonymity, and resulting lowered feelings of accountability, should lead to reduced public self-awareness (cf. Prentice-Dunn & Rogers, 1982)...

    Adam N. Joinson. Self-disclosure in computer-mediated communication: The role of self-a...

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