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The unresponsive bystander: why doesn't he help? [By] Bibb Latané [and] John M. Darley.

; Darley, John M., author
New York, Appleton-Century Crofts [1970] .
ISBN 0390540935, , 9780390540935, 0139386130, 9780139386138

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Other Authors Darley, John M.,
Subjects Assistance in emergencies -- Psychological aspects.
Bystander effect.
Comportement humain.
Helping Behavior.
Motivation (Psychologie)
Premiers soins.
Prosoziales Verhalten.
Series Century psychology series (Appleton-Century-Crofts, inc.)
Description xii, 131 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 128).
Contents The threefold cord -- Helping in nonemergency situations -- Norms and behavior -- Characteristics of emergencies and the intervention process -- Social determinants of bystander intervention I : the social influence process -- Where there's smoke ... -- The bystander and the victim -- The bystander and the thief -- Motivation and perception in emergencies -- Social determinants of bystander intervention II : diffusion of responsibility -- An epileptic seizure -- Personality, socioeconomic class, and helping in emergencies -- Man's strength to comfort man's distress.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)103764
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WorldCat Identities Latané, Bibb.
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