Prosocial_Behavior - Prosocial Behavior: Book Component...

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Prosocial Behavior: Book Component Study Guide – True / False _____ 1. Someone who risks personal injury to help others without directly benefiting him- or her-self from that act is engaged in prosocial behavior. _____ 2. More witnesses to an armed robbery increases the amount of help the victim receives after the robber leaves the scene. _____ 3. Thinking about being part of a group makes it less likely that a person will offer help, even if she or he is the only person around. _____ 4. During an emergency, bystanders tend to act relatively independently of each other. _____ 5. To offer effective help, one needs to know how to help in a particular situation. _____ 6. A skillful fundraiser working for a charitable organization should always avoid copying the body language and posture of important donors. _____ 7. Some television programs have a positive influence on young children in that they sometimes increase some children's prosocial behaviors. _____ 8.
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course PSYCH 3710 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Valdosta State University .

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