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... Head: Dehumanisation Dehumanisation [Institute’s Dehumanisation Introduction According to its definition, “Dehumanisation refers to the psychological process of depriving the subject from human attributes and qualities such as individuality, identity, creativity, human rights, personal dignity, compassion, sensitivity and others and considering him or her as subhuman or an inferior race” (Cortes, Demoulin, Rodriguez, Rodriguez, & Leyens, pp. 250-252, 2005). Experts believe that there are two kinds of emotions, primary and secondary. Primary emotions are pleasure, anger, fear, attraction and others and guilt, love, hope, intelligence, humiliation and others are included in the category of secondary...