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Although ostracized individuals desire to reconnect with others, they may experience difficulty in finding new social connections by themselves. In such instances, the helping behaviour of those who have witnessed the ostracism may be beneficial. Research has revealed that after observing ostracism, highly empathic individuals behave prosocially toward the ostracized. Research has also demonstrated that feelings of guilt inspire witnesses of ostracism to help the ostracized. In this study, thedoi:10.11183/jhe.49.2_53 fatcat:jjck23infjedfljffarhvn6i4q