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The bystander effect in helping situations predicts that __________.

▸ the smaller the number of bystanders present, the less likely any individual bystander is to help the person in need

▸ the greater the number of bystanders present, the more likely they will form "helping teams" to address each specific aspect of the emergency at hand

▸ the greater the number of bystanders present, the less likely any individual bystander is to help the person in need

▸ the greater the number of bystanders present, the more likely each individual bystander is to help the person in need
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