crowd psychology

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crowd psychology (uncountable)

  1. (psychology) A branch of social psychology which is concerned with the behaviour and thought processes of individual crowd members and the crowd as a whole; a study of the dynamics within large groups of people and the nature of the relationship between the individual and society.

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