Latest Blame Stories
A new study tested whether people believe free will arises from a metaphysical basis or mental capacity.
In her practice, licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Joanne J.
When something we do produces a positive result, we actually perceive it differently than we would if that same action yielded a negative result.
Great works and praiseworthy behavior may bring respect and admiration, but these won't help us to escape blame when we do something wrong, says a new study by researchers at the University of Maryland and Harvard University. To do that, the researchers say, one needs to be a victim not a hero! In the study, participants responded to a number of scenarios that mirrored real-life moral transgressions, from stealing money to harming someone. Results revealed that, no matter how many previous...
MU study finds that consumers blame organizations for crises more when the injured party is a consumer, rather than a member of the organization
New study from University of Southern California and Stanford University finds blame spreads rapidly.
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