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Individuals who frequently believe they have been victimized in their relationships with others are more likely to develop a vigilante mindset, according to a series of four studies. These studies, published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences, suggest that such individuals are more likely to construct a vigilante identity organized around monitoring their environment looking for signs of wrongdoing and delivering punishment A vigilante is an individual who takes the law into their own hands and engages in acts of justice or retribution without the authority of law enforcemen…

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