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Cross-Cultural and Cross-Organizational Evidence for an Evolved Hazing Motivation. Evolutionary Psychology (IF1.506), Pub Date : 2019-10-01, DOI: 10.1177/1474704919887943 Aldo Cimino,Wataru Toyokawa,Mizuho Komatsu,Robert Thomson,Steven J C Gaulin
We report the first cross-cultural and cross-organizational evidence for an evolved hazing motivation. Using experiments performed in the United States, Japan, and among members of a hazing and a nonhazing organization, we demonstrate an invariant set of core hazing predictors. In particular, we show that the perception of near-term group benefits, which would have been ancestrally exploitable by new group members, substantially increases desired hazing severity in all samples. Results are discussed in light of human organizational psychology and the difficulty of reliably suppressing hazing behavior.