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The context is "...how self-uncertainty affects attitudes toward non-group-identity-affiliated topics, such as..." For some more context, "group identity" is a phrase in psychology. So my two thoughts are: 1) hyphens between every word 2) two hyphens: non-group identity-affiliated

Any thoughts?

edit: maybe I should just rephrase it to"...how self-uncertainty affects attitudes toward topics not affiliated with group identities, such as..."

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You could rephrase

"non-group-identity-affiliated-topics"

as

"topics that are not affiliated with group identity".

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