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Fear of Negative Evaluation Affects Helping Behavior: The Bystander Effect Revisited

@article{Karakashian2006FearON,
  title={Fear of Negative Evaluation Affects Helping Behavior: The Bystander Effect Revisited},
  author={Lori M. Karakashian and M. Walter and Andrew N. Christopher and Todd Lucas},
  journal={North American Journal of Psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={13-32}
}
The effect of shyness and fear of negative evaluation (FNE) on helping behavior was examined. Eighty-three students participated in the experiment. Their individual shyness, FNE, and self-monitoring scores were collected prior to participation. During the experiment, participants had the opportunity to help a female confederate in either a social or nonsocial situation. An interaction of FNE and condition was found to be marginally significant. In the social helping condition, participants who… Expand
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