Disaster relief donations track number of people killed, not number of survivors
from Science Daily
People pay more attention to the number of people killed in a natural disaster than to the number of survivors when deciding how much money to donate to disaster relief efforts, according to new research published in
, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science. The donation bias can be reversed, however, with a simple change in terminology.
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