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Among Us & The Psychology of Social Deduction

Successes in Deductive Reasoning

Poster of the game Among Us by the studio creators Innersloth

Social deduction games are highly immersive and intellectually stimulating experiences where players attempt to resolve and uncover the hidden roles, motives, and allegiances of the other members.

Usually, such games are played within teams, where the main members are primarily the “good” ones and the…




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Canadian Mental Health Professional | 5x Top Writer | Writing about mental health, psychology, science, etc.

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