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- Lecture Outline Helping Part 2 Bystander Effect Five steps to helping Factors that affect helping role models time pressure mood personality

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1 Lecture Outline: Helping Part 2 Bystander Effect Five steps to helping Factors that affect helping –role models – time pressure – mood – personality traits – religiosity Bystander Effect The tendency to NOT help another in need when others are present. cp Five Steps To Helping 1. Notice an emergency Crowd effect: Distraction cp Smoke Study Alone 5 seconds Group 20 seconds Five Steps To Helping 1. Notice an emergency 2. Interpret event as an emergency Five Steps To Helping 1. Notice an emergency 2. Interpret event as an emergency Crowd effect: Social proof cp Five Steps To Helping 1. Notice an emergency 2. Interpret event as an emergency 3. Take responsibility for providing help Crowd effect: Diffusion of responsibility cp Five Steps To Helping 1. Notice an emergency 2. Interpret event as an emergency 3. Take responsibility for providing help 4. Decide how to help Two Ways to Help 1. Direct help: e.g., CPR, pushing an attacker away
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2 Two Ways to Help 1. Direct help:
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 280 taught by Professor Madon during the Spring '07 term at Iowa State.

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