Trick-or-Treating & “Deindividuation” (Halloween Psychology)

Trick-or-Treating & “Deindividuation” (Halloween Psychology)



In the 1970s, psychologists ran a huge experiment on a thousand real trick-or-treaters to see if they would steal candy that didn’t belong to them.

For full details, check out the blog post: http://socialpsychonline.com/2015/10/halloween-psychology-deindividuation/

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