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Herd mentality

British pronunciation/hˈɜːd mɛntˈalɪti/
American pronunciation/hˈɜːd mɛntˈælɪɾi/
Herd mentality

a person's natural tendency or urge to conform to the standards or the behavior of others in a particular group or society

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What is the origin of the idiom "herd mentality" and when to use it?

The origin of the idiom "herd mentality" can be traced back to the concept of herd behavior observed in animals, particularly in groups of animals like sheep or cattle. It refers to the instinctual behavior of animals to stick together and follow the movement or actions of the herd for safety and survival. This expression can be used in diverse settings, including social media trends, consumer behavior, political movements, and even decision-making processes.

1That is herd mentality.
2This herd mentality, they get some results.
3It's all herd mentality.
4Have you ever heard about herd mentality?
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