“Recent local and world events seem to have triggered, or perhaps have reflected and amplified increasingly polarized views. These views can be expressed online in ways that come across as angry.” UW-Green Bay Prof. Ryan Martin (Psychology) is interviewed about his paper exploring the ways that anger is expressed and experienced online and how this might apply to social media, emotional development and processing. Listen here.
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