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tools:present_an_individual_beneficiary_instead_of_a_large_group [2018/04/17 16:40] (current)
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-==== Present an individual beneficiary instead of a  large group ====+===== Present an individual beneficiary instead of a large group ====
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 +**Alternative tool name:**  
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 +**Tool variation**: ​
  
 **Category**:​ Info/​communications ​ **Category**:​ Info/​communications ​
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 **Relevant theories**: Identifiable victims bias, Dual systems: hot/cold, Scope insensitivity **Relevant theories**: Identifiable victims bias, Dual systems: hot/cold, Scope insensitivity
  
-**Type of evidence**: ​+**Type of evidence**: ​Correlational-observational,​ Hypothetical/​intentional experiment, Causal-observational (IV etc) 
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 +**Evidence strength**: 8
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-=== Main findings ===+==== Main findings ​====
  
-Better to portray an individual (child) than convey the total affected.+Better to portray an individual (child) than convey the total affected. Also better than portraying multiple individuals.
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-=== Key papers ===+==== Discussion ==== 
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 +==== Practical relevance ==== 
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 +=== Use cases === 
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 +**Prevalence:​** 
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 +Often relevant 
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 +==== Key papers ​====
  
  * [[https://​www.mendeley.com/​research-papers/​helping-victim-helping-victim-altrusim-identifiability/?​utm_source=desktop&​utm_medium=1.17.12&​utm_campaign=open_catalog&​userDocumentId=%7B28c911b5-99d5-33a0-9991-2c0bdc20eeb2%7D | Helping a victim or helping the victim: Altruism and identifiability]]  * [[https://​www.mendeley.com/​research-papers/​helping-victim-helping-victim-altrusim-identifiability/?​utm_source=desktop&​utm_medium=1.17.12&​utm_campaign=open_catalog&​userDocumentId=%7B28c911b5-99d5-33a0-9991-2c0bdc20eeb2%7D | Helping a victim or helping the victim: Altruism and identifiability]]
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  * [[http://​www.tandfonline.com/​doi/​abs/​10.1080/​15534510.2016.1216891?​src=recsys&​journalCode=psif20 | The identifiable victim effect: Causes and boundary conditions]]  * [[http://​www.tandfonline.com/​doi/​abs/​10.1080/​15534510.2016.1216891?​src=recsys&​journalCode=psif20 | 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]
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 +==== Secondary papers ====
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 + * [[http://​pubsonline.informs.org/​doi/​10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989 | Do Sympathy Biases Induce Charitable Giving? The Effects of Advertising Content]]
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 +**Contributors** David Reinstein
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