[Solved] The Good Samaritan Study Conducted by Darley and Batson (1973)examined

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The Good Samaritan study conducted by Darley and Batson (1973)examined helping behavior in seminary students at Princeton University.These students were either rushed or not rushed to get to an appointment.The results of this study showed that

A) participants who viewed religion as a means toward personal salvation were less likely to help a person in need than participants who viewed religion as a means to develop moral and spiritual values.
B) when rushed, only participants who viewed religion as a means for personal salvation were less likely to help a person in need.
C) when rushed, only participants who viewed religion as a means to develop moral and spiritual values were less likely to help a person in need.
D) the nature of participants' religious orientations did not predict helping behavior; only whether or not they were rushed predicted whether they helped a person in need.

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