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The Bystander Effect

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The Bystander effect is the phenomenon of individuals being less likely to offer help to a victim (someone being attacked or being in an emergency) when other people are present.
According to the theory about the Bystander effect — or Bystander apathy — , the larger the amount of people present, the less likely onlookers are to offer help to someone in need.

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Anthi Psomiadou

Anthi Psomiadou

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Writing, Life Coaching, Criminology, and more. But I simply do these, I am not these. I just am. Born and living in Greece (in both Ancient and modern…)