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The experimental philosophy lab: a new publication in Motivation and Emotion

The experimental philosophy lab: a new publication in Motivation and Emotion

One might assume that the desire to help (here described as Want) is the essential driver of helping declarations and/or behaviors. However, even if desire to help (Want) is low, intention to help may still occur if the expectancy regarding the perceived effectiveness of helping is high. We tested these predictions in a set of three experimental studies.

Link to the article: Helping when the desire is low: Expectancy as a booster

The research was supported from the Grant NPRH 2bH 15 0068 83 awarded to Tomasz Żuradzki.
 

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