Glossary B

Bystander effect refers to the finding that the greater the number of bystanders who witness an emergency, the less likely any one of them is to help.

- Bystander intervention (Bystander effect) : Bystander intervention (Bystander effect ) it is a finding that the more people who observe a crisis and who are potential helpers, the less likely any one bystander is to help the victim Bystander intervention also means the willingness to assist a person in need of help.

Bystanders refer to individuals who are openly present but not part of a conversation or situation.