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Can you identify key features of Piliavin's study?

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Psychological research into bystander behaviour was triggered by a murder. Who was the victim?
 
When and where did this take place?
(City, Year) 
How many people supposedly witnessed the murder?
 
What was prior research by Latané and Darley (1968) investigating?
 
What year did Piliavin conduct his research?
 
What was the main aim of the research?
 
What was the first of the four variables they were measuring?
 
What was the second of the four variables they were measuring?
 
What was the third of the four variables they were measuring?
 
What was the fourth of the four variables they were measuring?
 
What was the estimated total of passengers?
a.k.a. Unsolicited participants 
Average number of participants in each carriage?
 
On average, how many passengers were in the immediate critical area?
 
Percentage of white passengers?
 
What type of experimental design was the experiment?
 
Where was the experiment conducted?
 
Who was the person who collapsed?
Gender, age range _-_ 
How did they operationalise responsibility of the victim in the high responsibility condition?
Name the two conditions 
How did they operationalise responsibility of the victim in the low responsibility condition?
 
What was one of the dependent variables?
 
What else was noted about the helper?
Possible 3 answers 
True or False: Helping rates were lower than in previous lab experiments.
 
What % of victims recieved spontaneous help?
 
What were helping rates in the ill vs the drunk condition?
_%, _% 
Are men or women more likely to help a man?
 
Was there evidence for diffusion of responsibility?
Yes or No 
Were people more likely to help after a model intervened after 70 seconds or after 150?
 
T or F: People are likely to help their own ethnic group in the ill condition.
 
A person does one of four things to reduce the arousal level. Name one
 
Name one strength of this research
Possible 3 
Name one weakness of this research
Possible 4 

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