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1. The more people there are at the scene of an accident, the less likely it is that individuals will step up to lend a hand. This phenomenon is referred to as A. antisocial behavior. B. diffusion of responsibility. C. crowd apathy. D. diffusion of interest
The more people there are at the scene of an accident, the less likely it is that individuals will step up to lend a hand. This phenomenon is referred to as diffusion to responsibility.
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The more people there are at the scene of an accident, the less likely it is that individuals will step up to lend a hand. This phenomenon is referred to as diffusion to responsibility.
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In the context of social cognition, The primary importance of schemas is: They help us organize store, recall, and information about other people.
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The foot-in-the-door technique and the that’s-not-all technique are persuasive tactics for gaining compliance.
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