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DateDate: 11-12-2019, 05:48

It turns out that haters rush in social networks with harsh comments because they hope in this way to gain social status. This conclusion was made by American psychologists who applied the concept of “moral grandstanding” to the study of social networks, writes FaceNews.ua.
In social networks, people cling to other people's mistakes, often express radical views and are not ready to listen to another point of view - all to impress.
To study the behavior of people in social networks, psychologists developed a questionnaire in which they asked participants to rate statements like “My moral / political views should inspire others” (desire to gain authority) or “I share my moral / political views so that my opponents feel bad "(desire to dominate).
 
Participants were asked to take a few more tests. In total, more than a thousand people fell into the sample.
Research results
It turned out that the desire to have authority was associated with narcissistic extraversion and extraversion in general, and the tendency to dominate - with narcissistic antagonism (willingness to use others for their own purposes) and lower scores on the scale of consciousness, goodwill and openness.
Psychologists also found that the motivation associated with dominance is more characteristic of those who conflict in social networks.
Often they share some publication in order to make fun of its author. People who want to reinforce their authority, are networked with like-minded people. Their reposts are aimed at presenting themselves in a favorable light.