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  • Ah, internet trollswhether it’s on twitter, a forum, or even these very YouTube comments...

    網路酸民-不論是 Twitter、網路論壇,或甚至是 Youtube 的回應 ...

  • We can’t seem to escape them, but who are these people, and what do they look like when we evaluate them scientifically?


  • While many people do enjoy chatting and debating issues online, approximately 5.6% of individuals self-identify as trolls, or say they enjoy trolling online.

    當許多人享受在網路上交流和辯論時事,大約有 5.6% 的人認為自己是網路酸民,或說他們很喜歡在網路上酸別人。

  • So, scientists decided to study a group of 1200 internet users to understand these trolls in particular, and found a myriad of something calleddark traits’.

    所以,科學家決定研究一群 1200 位的網民以了解酸民的特徵,然後發現了很多所謂的「黑暗人格」。

  • Specifically, online trolls were found to display high levels of psychopathy, narcissism, and most specifically, sadism; that is, people who enjoy the pain of others.


  • Now, most people tend to avoid inflicting pain on others, and if we do, we experience guilt or remorse. But for sadists, cruelty can be exciting and pleasurable.


  • These people aren’t necessarily serial killers or bad people, but they get an emotional reward when causing or observing the suffering of others.


  • In fact, there’s even a category calledeveryday sadismthat highlights how sadistic traits are present in many people, not just sexual deviants or criminals.


  • For example, many of us enjoy a good fight during a sports game or the thrill of a violent movie, right?


  • If you were given the choice of the following four jobs, which would you choose? a) killing bugs, b) helping an experimenter kill bugs, c) cleaning dirty toilets, or d) enduring pain from ice water?

    如果你可以選擇下列的四種工作機會之一,你會選那一個?a) 殺蟲、 b) 幫助實驗人員殺蟲、 c) 清理骯髒馬桶, d) 忍受待在冰水裡的痛苦。

  • Studies show that those who choose to kill bugs have higher scores on a scale measuring sadistic impulses.


  • But internet trolls show very high levels of sadism and have fun distressing others by being argumentative and disruptive.


  • Studies have also documented a link between these individuals and anti-social behavior.


  • So, are these individuals different in real life?


  • Not likelythe studies suggest that these traits carry over into their regular day-to-day and reflect one’s actual personality.


  • But since the internet offers anonymity, antisocial individuals can connect with similar others while distancing themselves from their acts in terms of personal responsibility.


  • The unfortunate part is that trolls not only comment more but receive more replies than the average user, suggesting they are quite successful at luring others in.


  • On top of this, negative feedback only stimulates a harsher response from trolls, and their behavior becomes worse over time with more feedback.


  • So, the next time youre being trolled, just remember, they want to disrupt you, and they feed off of your unhappiness.


  • Ignore them, and youre likely to diminish their effort.


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  • And if you never wanna miss our videos, simply go to our channel on your device’s YouTube app, and hit the little bell which turns on notifications for our videos.

    如果你不想要錯過任何我們的影片,只要用你手機上的 YouTube 到我們的頻道,然後按下那小鈴鐺,就會開啟影片通知功能。

  • YouTube will send you a message each time we release a video, and subscribe for more weekly science videos!

    YouTube 會在每一次我們上傳新影片的時候通知,你也別忘了要訂閱看到更多每週科學影片!

Ah, internet trollswhether it’s on twitter, a forum, or even these very YouTube comments...

網路酸民-不論是 Twitter、網路論壇,或甚至是 Youtube 的回應 ...

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