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    >IMHO Vincent is correct when he
    >concludes that experiments showing disinhibition due to media is
    >bogus research.

    I must have a bogus PhD then - I'm not sure Vincent said that experiments showing disinhibition due to media is bogus research - but what, in your opinion would constitute non-bogus research into this putative phenomenon?

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