Doing Good By Doing Nothing? The Role Of Social Norms In Explaining Default Effects In Altruistic Contexts

Everett, Jim AC; Caviola, Lucius; Kahane, Guy; Savulescu, Julian; Faber, Nadira S, (2015). Doing Good By Doing Nothing? The Role Of Social Norms In Explaining Default Effects In Altruistic Contexts. European Journal Of Social Psychology, 45, 2, 230–241.

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