syntality

noun
syn·​tal·​i·​ty | \sə̇n‧ˈtalətē\
plural -es

Definition of syntality 

: the inferred behavioral tendencies of a group acting as a group that correspond to personality in an individual

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History and Etymology for syntality

syn- + -tality (as in mentality)

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