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  Schadenfreude based on fear Deep-rooted fears around survival, including concerns about social identity and fairness, can lead us to see others as less than human and experience schadenfreude (joy at another’s pain), suggests research from Emory University in the US, published in New Ideas in Psychology. Drawing...

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