There are mean and hurtful people all over the Internet, and you can finally get a glimpse into Internet troll psychology with this fascinating infographic.
Presented by bestpsychologyschoolsonline.com, this infographic not only features some horrifyingly amusing anecdotes about Internet trolls, but also why they might act out the way they do and what normal Internet users can do to ignore them or even fight back. It’s worth a read for the simple reason that it could really improve your online interactions and overall browsing experience.
From the anecdotal story of a grandmother of seven trolling a five year old or trolls encouraging suicide, to explorations of how online anonymity can change a person’s behavior to good tips on how to deal with them, brushing up on Internet troll psychology is a surprisingly enriching experience.
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