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Is the bystander effect a myth?

A study published in the American Psychologist suggests there are more Good Samaritans out there than we might think.

  • BBC

After studying hundreds of incidents captured on CCTV around the world, the researchers conclude the so-called bystander effect – that people will not usually help a stranger in distress – may not tell the whole story.

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