PSYCH 620 Individual Programmatic Assessment Exploring a Classic Study in Social Psychology Bystander Effect

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PSYCH 620 Individual Programmatic Assessment Exploring a Classic Study in Social Psychology

PSYCH 620 - Multicultural and Social Issues in Psychology

Bystander Effects

The bystander effect is that psychological effect in which the person not helps the other person who is in the problem publically. Why not people help the victims? Even an eyewitness from any adverse condition, the person is not able to speak in front of all? The answers to these questions are as follows. This may be because of ambiguity, cohesiveness and may be diffusion of responsibilities (Scully, M. & Rowe, M. (2009). There are many examples everywhere of this bystander effect.

According to the diffusion of responsibilities, in this case the person thinks that may be there is somebody else in the...

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