Anger can be contagious — how to stop the spread Anger can be contagious — how to stop the spread
Viewing more negative posts prompted people to write more more sad or angry things. Overall, the effects were very small, compared to what has... Anger can be contagious — how to stop the spread

Viewing more negative posts prompted people to write more more sad or angry things. Overall, the effects were very small, compared to what has been documented in face-to-face interactions, “but [the study] suggested that emotions can move through networks through contagion,” researcher Jeff Hancock says.


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