Psychology experiments tend to produce disturbing results,

but I find them to be engrossing reads. I recently came across a "Good Samaritan" study done by the Princeton psychology department in 1970.  The psychologists conducting the experiment wanted to know how differing approaches to religion, differing time restraints, and differing momentary thoughts affect people's choice to aid others. 40 seminary students were used... Continue Reading →

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