Malicious Pathogen-spreading During COVID-19

P.B. Crabb
Among the distressing events of the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 was the appearance of news reports of atypical acts of aggression all over the world. This study tested the hypothesis that the aversive conditions of the early months of the pandemic triggered a type of interpersonal aggression that may be called aggressive pathogen-spreading: spitting, coughing, and sneezing bodily fluids on a target person with the goal of causing distress and/or infection....
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