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Hipster effect

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The Hipster effect is the phenomenon by which initially disparate behaviour converges to similar behaviour. The term was originally coined by Jonathan Touboul.[1][2] investigating the paradoxical observation the hipsters "conform in their non-conformity"[3]. The underlying drivers of the phenomenon are speculated to have implications for understanding synchronization of nerve cells and contrarian investment strategies in finance [4]


  1. The Hipster Effect: When anti-conformists all look the same J D Touboul originally posted 29 October 2014
  2. Are You Vulnerable to the Hipster Effect? by David DiSalvo Psychology Today 2 December 2014
  3. Plevin, Julia (August 8, 2008). "Who's a Hipster?". Huffington Post. Retrieved Mar 20, 2019.
  4. MIT Technology Review February 28, 2019

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