Factors Influencing Anti-Social Behaviour Task: Write the correct term from this list after each of the statements thatfollow:ØCost-benefit analysisØDiffusion of responsibilityØAudience inhibitionØSocial influence1. The greater the number of people present in an emergency, the less likely it isthat each one will act, because each person assumes that another will takeresponsibility._____________________________________________________________________________________2. An individual is less likely to help when other people are present because theindividual is frightened of making a mistake and a fool of himself or herself.____________________________________________________________________________________3. Behaviour is affected by observing the behaviour of others or as a result ofpressure from others.____________________________________________________________________________________4. Weighing up the potential risks and benefits of acting in any given situation.____________________________________________________________________________________Task: Write the correct term from this lost after each of the scenarios:ØCost-benefit analysisØDiffusion of responsibilityØAudience inhibitionØSocial influenceBill sees a man collapse at the train station but doesn’t go to his aid because hethings to himself. ‘He’s probably a drunk and I don’t want to embarrass myself’.____________________________________________________________________________________Jade is driving on the freeway and sees a car broken down on the side of theroad. She doesn’t stop to help because she thinks, ‘Someone else will stop tohelp’.____________________________________________________________________________________Eddie sees a woman struggling to get onto the tram with all her shopping. Heconsidered helping her but is worried that if he des he will miss his train.