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Who is going to “howl”?. 2 I believe something should be done to intervene in problematic situations. A. Strongly Agree B.Agree C.Neutral D.Disagree E.Strongly.

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1 Who is going to “howl”?

2 2 I believe something should be done to intervene in problematic situations. A. Strongly Agree B.Agree C.Neutral D.Disagree E.Strongly Disagree 10

3 3 I believe it is my responsibility to intervene in a problematic situation. A.Strongly Agree B.Agree C.Neutral D.Disagree E.Strongly Disagree 1010

4 4 I have witnessed a situation, at least once, where someone’s health and safety were in danger. You can choose any or all of these A.Drinking too much B.Hazing C.Being taken advantage of sexually D.Discrimination E.Never

5 5 I know of a problematic situation that could have been avoided if someone had intervened. A.Strongly Agree B.Agree C.Neutral D.Disagree E.Strongly Disagree 10

6 Why Didn’t People Stop to Help?

7 7 The Bystander Effect Phenomenon in which someone is less likely to intervene in an emergency situation when others are present than when he or she is alone.

8 8 Conformity

9 9 Conformity: 2 Types Normative influence – We conform to the group’s rules in order to fit in, be accepted, be liked, or avoid dislike.

10 10 Conformity: 2 Types Informational influence – When a situation is ambiguous we will use other people’s behavior as information for how to act. We thus conform to the group in order to be accurate. However, other people’s behavior may not be the right behavior.

11 11 Pluralistic Ignorance Phenomenon whereby bystanders assume that nothing is wrong because no one else looks concerned. When all bystanders assume that no one else is upset or concerned, then all assume it is not a problem, and NOBODY HELPS! _SpE

12 12 I have experienced pluralistic ignorance in a social setting. 1.Yes 2.No 10

13 13 There have been times when I have given in to group pressure and wish I hadn’t. A. True B. False 1010

14 14 Reasons We Didn’t Intervene Assumed it wasn’t a problem It was none of my business Assumed someone else would do something Believed others weren’t bothered Didn’t know when/how to intervene Felt my safety would be at risk

15 15 Reasons We Did Intervene It was the right thing to do We should look out for each other I would want someone to help me in that situation Someone needed help So the situation wouldn’t escalate To preserve the reputation of my friends, organization, team, etc.

16 16 The 5 Decision Making Steps 1.Notice the Event 2.Interpret the Event as a Problem/Emergency 3.Assume Personal Responsibility 4.Know How To Help 5.Implement the Help

17 17 Other areas in which you can HOWL! – Academics – Stress – Disordered Eating/Body Image Issues – Depression – Substance Abuse – Gambling – Community Service – Illegal behaviors – Others?

18 18 I believe something should be done to intervene in problematic situations. A. Strongly Agree B.Agree C.Neutral D.Disagree E.Strongly Disagree

19 19 I believe it is my responsibility to intervene in a problematic situation. A.Strongly Agree B.Agree C.Neutral D.Disagree E.Strongly Disagree 1010

20 Will you be the one to “howl”?


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