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Category: Info/communications

Sub-category: Bias

Relevant theories: Identifiable victims bias, Dual systems: hot/cold, Scope insensitivity

Type of evidence: Correlational-observational, Hypothetical/intentional experiment, Causal-observational (IV etc)

Evidence strength: 8

Main findings

Better to portray an individual (child) than convey the total affected. Also better than portraying multiple individuals.

Discussion



Practical relevance



Use cases



Prevalence:

Often relevant

Key papers

* Helping a victim or helping the victim: Altruism and identifiability

* The identifiable victim effect: Causes and boundary conditions

* Sympathy and callousness: The impact of deliberative thought on donations to identifiable and statistical victims [Focus: studies 3-4]

Secondary papers

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