Dr. John Drury discusses mass emergency behavior and the effect of mass panic on death tolls. Drury looks at this in terms of nightclub fires and the 2005 London bombings. In research studies, many survivors reported more cooperative behavior than competition behavior.
Group Dynamics: Mass Emergency Behavior
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