'Sidewalk Rage' Provides Insight Into Anger

02/15/2011 12:37 pm ET | Updated Nov 17, 2011
  • Shirley S. Wang The Wall Street Journal

By Shirley S. Wang
The Wall Street Journal

You don't need a car to get road rage.

For many people, few things are more infuriating than slow walkers -- those seemingly inconsiderate people who clog up sidewalks, grocery aisles and airport hallways while others fume behind them.

Researchers say the concept of "sidewalk rage" is real.

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