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The Chamberlain Effect: Why We Make Bad Decisions, Even When We Know Better.

Collective Behaviour

The threshold model of collective behavior implies that even if we believe something is wrong, in some social contexts or situations, we do that very thing.

We sometimes make bad decisions, knowing fully well that they are not right.

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