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 +====Sympathy and callousness:​ The impact of deliberative thought on donations to identifiable and statistical victims [Focus: studies 1-2]====
  
 +Small, Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George & Slovic, Paul, (2007). Sympathy and callousness:​ The impact of deliberative thought on donations to identifiable and statistical victims [Focus: studies 1-2]. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 143--153.
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 +**Keywords**: ​
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 +**Discipline**:​ P, s, y, c, h, o, l, o, g, y
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 +**Type of evidence**: ​
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 +**Related tools**: [[tools:​Effectiveness info deliberation|Effectiveness info: deliberation]]
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 +**Related theories**: ​
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 +**Related critiques**:​ Weak diagnostic/​identification tests
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 +**Charity target**: Poverty-Poor Country
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 +**Donor population**: ​
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 +===Paper summary===
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 +===Discussion===
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 +Study 1: Explicit debiasing (teaching about the ID victims effect) significantly reduced giving to identifiable victims, and find significant difference from the effect on giving to statistical victims. (Latter effect positive, insignificant;​ bounds?)
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 +Study 2: Tests whether this is driven by more/less frame; but is this test powerful enough?
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 +Further results on emotional mediators/​channels
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 +===Evaluation===
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 +Basic design has key strengths: Double-blind,​ real donations, distractors,​ careful use of language
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 +Test for framing effect may be too weak; it would be good to see if the same *base* effect occurs with the "​less"​ frame
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 +This paper has been added by David Reinstein
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