Something I know I will never forget is bystander apathy. I had known about this concept before I came into Psych 1001, but now it seems to catch my eye a little more, literally. Just the other day I was walking in front of Coffman and I saw a man fall off his bike. I watched as multiple people just kept walking, as did I. Fortunately another man stopped to ask if the biker was okay. When I witnessed the man falling, I instantly thought of my psych book, and everything I had read about bystander apathy. In my head I knew I should have stopped, and I felt terrible when I kept walking, because that biker could have been me. I always want to remember this because someday I might need someone to help me out. Also someday I may be the that one person who can prevent an accident from worsening. Also, I like knowing I helped somebody out.