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The psychology of Internet Trolls [Psychology]
posted February 25 2013 21:28.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I admit it, i used to troll some time ago to to win hits for another blog that i used to own (and now i don't). And today, i discovered that this sort of trolling began back in the early 90's (sort-of). As you will discover in this video, we humans are programmed to troll from time to time. The main reason of trolling (along with jerkiness and madness) is that we are social beings and we need other people's attention. Before the Internet, kids used to cry and shout and scream and lol, today they just troll...



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