Individual Programmatic Assessment Exploring a Classic Study in Social Psychology Bystander Effect

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Individual Programmatic Assessment Exploring a Classic Study in Social Psychology-Bystander Effect

Bystander Apathy Experiment

Bystander Apathy Experiment (1968)

On March 13, 1964, Kitty Genovese was attacked and stabbed by a man later identified as Winston Moseley. Despite Genovese's cries for help, none of the people in the nearby apartment building who heard her cries called police to report the incident. The attack first began at 3:20 AM, but it was not until 3:50 AM that someone first contacted police.

In 1968, John Darley and Bibb Latane became intrigued by the incident and decided to conduct an experiment which was given the name the Bystander Apathy Experiment. Their main goal was to figure out why people, in cases like Genovese's, did not come for help. These two psychologists...

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