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Helping as a Function of Time of Day, Location, and Sex of Victim



Helping as a Function of Time of Day, Location, and Sex of Victim



Journal of Social Psychology 102(1): 61-62




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Accession: 061462345

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DOI: 10.1080/00224545.1977.9713240


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