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Strange I studied Psychodrama along with Freud Klein and Jung for 3 years, we were always told it was developed my Mr Moreno , and Miligram carried out a very "shocking" experiment that had to do with conformity, not psychodrama.
Never got any sham electric shocks during the psychodrama, must have been a power cut !
Ain't life strange
Itude, you could be this generation's James Joyce.
The main reasons I don't rematch, are because I have already started another game and you are too @#$% slow, or because I don't feel like it. But if you are low rated like the OP, you are pretty much a sociopath for not being grateful that I ever played you in the first place.
show off !
take it or leave it
*just wanted to add that in..lol*
blah blah blah
Taking pictures instead of helping after an accident? Sociopaths? Talk about taking things personally! This is an example of somebody abandoning all common sense and losing it completely. The trouble is we (myself included) would be better advised not to humour such whackjobs by responding to their rants
"The Milgram experiment on obedience to authority figures was a series of social psychology experiments conducted by Yale University psychologist Stanley Milgram. They measured the willingness of study participants to obey an authority figure who instructed them to perform acts conflicting with their personal conscience."
Which is the relationship between obedience to authority figures with refusing a rematch?
I like how he compares people who don't rematch to a person taking a picture of someone dying in a car fire instead of helping.
... Please note that I don't endorse the idea of taking a picture rather than calling for help.
Really , lol and lol and lol again.
What amuses me to the ignorant is that they have only certainties.
I invite all those who think that this comparison is exaggerated or disproportionate to study psychodrama. The most famous is called psychodrama "The Milgram experiment." Then you can understand the behavior of an online player can teach us a lot about his personality. Many psychologists and sociologists use online games to study quietly as possible the personality of the players.
The online game the more used to conduct these studies is the behavior??
Thank you to you cowards who are actively involved in popularizing these issues.
Please, can you cite some of those numerous studies?
"Block them all" ..... I heard that in the LEGO movie.
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