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Most would prefer to die than be regarded as a child molester


Many people would prefer to die than live a lengthy existence regarded as a child molester, a brand new psychology study reveals.

Experts repeat the survey by researchers in Florida, New York, and Australia highlight how strongly humans worry about their status.

Plus they claim it might reveal why online bullying can drive youthful individuals to depression, suicidal ideas, or perhaps to place their own existence.

The research, printed now, comes among a significant push to curb youthful suicide, as figures in the CDC reveal rates have bending among teenage women since 2007.


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The title of the article is a little misleading as it is only a very small part of the entire article and really, it focuses on bullying behaviors and suicide.

Does anyone have a citation for the study referenced in the post?

In case anyone is interested, I found the citation, though have been unable to locate a full text of the study:

Andrew J Vonasch et al., Death Before Dishonor: Incurring Costs to Protect Moral Reputation, Soc. Psychol. Personal. Sci. 1948550617720271 (2017).

The study can be obtained through a paywall for $36 here:

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