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Willingness to help: how the portrayal and perception of a wrongfully convicted individual affects people’s willingness to help exonerees
Currently, in Canada there is no legal requirement to compensate exonerees (Roach, 2012), and despite research suggesting Canadians would be supportive of this government assistance for exonerees (Angus Reid, 1995; Clow, ...
Individuals’ empathic responses to exonerees’ emotional and physical suffering
In exploring avenues to combat the stigma exonerees experience, a study was conducted to examine whether exposure to an exoneree’s suffering increases empathy and helping, and whether different empathic responses (e.g., ...