Same question, different answers: what we learn from rescuers


Some see a problem and set up. Others see the same problem and watch.
Many factors go into making a person a rescuer or a by-stander. Political scientist Kristen Renwick Monroe sums up the difference this way: Rescuers say, “What else could I do?” The by-standers says, “I was just one person? What could I do?”

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