Study: Mass shootings follow fearful public mood

Socioeconomics has shown us that recurring patterns in public mood expand and contract positively and negatively, affecting trends in fashion, conflict, financial markets and more.

A new report at socionomics.net illustrates a strong connection between social mood and multiple-victim shootings, now suggesting that fear related to public mood may drive the trend rather than follow.

View the article: Social Mood Regulates US’ Multiple Shootings

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