Scientists connect police brutality with bystander effect via experiment

In a new study published on July 9, scientists correlated the bystander effect with police brutality. The collective psychology expounds that, when something happens, if there is a bystander other than yourself, you will not take the initiative. This bystander effect for the first time has been observed outside of humans in rats as per research conducted by scientists at Harvard and has been published in the journal Science Advances

Explaining the diffusion of responsibility…

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