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The 'bystander effect' is real -- but research shows that when more people witness violence, it's more likely someone will step up and intervene

By Wayne Eastman, Professor, Department of Supply Chain Management, Rutgers University
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A game theory expert explains why a witness to a troubling situation who is in a group may feel a lesser sense of personal responsibility than a single individual.

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