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University of Florida - Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Project
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by Chatto, William Andrew, 1799-1864; Jackson, John, 1801-1848; Levis, Howard Coppuck, former owner. DLC; Pennell, Joseph, 1857-1926, former owner. DLC; Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress) DLC; Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection (Library of Congress) DLC
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Topic: Wood-engraving
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Glasgow School of Art
by Anon.
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Mid-late 19th century red buckram binding with red leather to corners and spine. Plain gold borders. Gold tooled 'Greetings Cards' to spine. Scrapbook of mounted greetings cards for Christmas, New Year and Valentine's Day.
Communication theory has ignored a major component of the communicative process: the relationship which defines the sort of message being sent and how the message is to be interpreted. This relationship, not the message, is crucial to the development of personal meaning for the information being exchanged. In teaching and in all human relationships, the most positive behavior displays qualities of warmth, empathy, and genuineness. Messages which reveal whether these qualities are present or...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Classroom Communication, Communication (Thought Transfer), Helping Relationship,...
Classical and contemporary research studies were examined to develop a definition of wisdom and explore its constructs in human development and consciousness. First, wisdom was defined as an emergent characteristic of mature adults that is built upon intelligence, experience, and reflection and includes metaphysical and cognitive components. Particular attention was paid to the writings of classical scholars (including Piaget, Kohlberg, Erikson, and Maslow) and modern wisdom theorists...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Adult Development, Adult Learning, Change Strategies, Cognitive Development,...
The purpose of this training module is to assist participants in acquiring high-level basic counseling skills. Specifically, trainees will master those skills crucial to the four Carkhuff stages of basic helping. The ultimate purpose is to help counselors involved in Manpower Programs upgrade their interpersonal human relations/basic counseling skills, and thereby to provide pertinent counseling services to program participants. Topics covered in training include: goals and outcomes of the...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Counselor Training, Counselors, Guides, Helping Relationship, Higher Education, Human...
Concepts of existential/phenomenology philosophy more closely reflect women's experience of the world and provide a better base for a feminist science of psychology. Womens' experience includes basic cooperation, nurturance, empathy, and egalitarian morality. Logical positivist psychology discriminates against women by excluding inner experiencing as a subject matter for study and phenomenological exploration as a method of inquiry. Concepts from existential/phenomenology philosophy which are...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Emotional Experience, Existentialism, Feminism, Individual Characteristics, Logical...
Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) Archive
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The paper outlines a faculty developed communication skills training lab designed for students in a masters degree program in guidance and counselor education. The communication module, three voluntary, ungraded sessions offered during three of the final six class meetings, focus attention on (1) distinguishing between thinking, feeling, and experiencing; (2) using effective "I" statements; and (3) responding with empathy. Each of these skill areas is described in detail, behavioral...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Communication Problems, Communication Skills, Counseling, Counseling Effectiveness,...
Interpersonal communication competence has been conceptualized as a function of impressions of competence formed in the context of a dyadic relationship, and also in terms of individual behaviors. The Measure of Relational Competence, along with individual self-reports for empathy, role taking, and self-monitoring, were administered for 36 conversations among female college students. Results indicated that, in the context of initial acquaintance between women, individual tendencies explain some...
Topics: ERIC Archive, College Students, Communication Research, Dialogs (Language), Females, Higher...
Attempting to present empathy as a vital ingredient of effective interpersonal listening, this paper first provides a brief historical tracing of the major trends in listening theory and research. This review then serves as a backdrop for a partial justification of an empathic listening emphasis that includes a clarification of some misconceptions regarding empathic listening while indicating potential dangers in a pure skills orientation to listening education. Next, the paper provides a...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Auditory Training, Aural Learning, Cognitive Processes, Elementary Education,...
Children develop emotional intelligence during the early years of life, and according to some experts, emotional intelligence is a more reliable predictor of academic achievement than is IQ. However, today's children appear to be low on emotional well-being. This has potentially negative consequences, not only for academic achievement but also for personal relationships. Literature has the potential of fostering emotional intelligence by providing vicarious emotional experiences that will shape...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Academic Achievement, Classroom Techniques, Difficulty Level, Emotional Intelligence,...
This paper deals with two specific issues: the explanation of moral conduct and the structure of moral character. The purpose of the paper is to describe a new psychological perspective on moral conduct, and to discuss some empirical findings which follow from this perspective. Morality is regarded here as a natural phenomenon which considers understanding of moral behavior to be dependent on knowledge of man's biological and psychological nature. The implied assumption is that an evaluative...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Affective Behavior, Behavior Development, Empathy, Ethics, Human Development,...
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This article is from BMC Family Practice , volume 15 . Abstract Background: General practice is stressful and burnout is common among family physicians. A growing body of evidence suggests that the way physicians relate to their patients could be linked to burnout. The goal of this study was to examine how patterns of empathy explained physicians’ burnout. Methods: We surveyed 294 French general practitioners (response rate 39%), measured burnout, empathic concern (EC) and perspective taking...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3914722
A program designed to improve the teacher's relationships with his students is provided. The six tasks that comprise the program are aimed at aiding the practicing teacher to look at what he is doing, through use of video tape, in his interpersonal transactions with students, as well as to provide him with alternative ways of responding. Task One, Learning to Discriminate Accurate Empathy, is described from five levels (low and high) of accurate empathy. The second task, also comprised of five...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Guides, Individual Development, Interpersonal Competence, Psychological Patterns,...
The aim of this study is to analyse whether there is a significant relationship between moral judgment competence and empathic skills of the students studying at Uludag University. In this article, the results of two researches carried out on two different samples are presented. In the first research, data were collected using David's Interpersonal Reactivity Index (IRI) and Lind's Moral Judgment Test (MJT) and the participants were 68 female and 61 male students between the ages of 20 and 29...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Moral Values, Decision Making, Empathy, Competence, Correlation, College Students,...
Previous studies have demonstrated the inability of naive observers (i.e., those who have no counseling training) to differentiate an empathic counselor from a content-only counselor on a variety of counselor rating scales. The present study extends these earlier studies by attempting to determine whether individuals who had been clients themselves would perceive differences between a videotape of an empathic counselor and one of a non-empathic counselors. College students (N=34) who had...
Topics: ERIC Archive, College Students, Counselor Characteristics, Counselor Client Relationship, Counselor...
The purpose of this research study is to continue the encouragement of empathy skills in teachers which display the foundation of an exemplary professor. Consideration on adjusted course work was studied concerning students with sudden physical illnesses and emotional health related issues. A sample of 46 undergraduate and graduate students participated and not only took part in a piloted survey but also added comments on this focus area. The implications were students success in their course...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Graduate Students, Mental Health, Empathy, Teacher Characteristics, Teacher Student...
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 227-239)
Topic: Conscience
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by Spiro, Howard M. (Howard Marget), 1924-; Curnen, Mary G. McCrea; Wandel, Lee Palmer; Yale University. Program for Humanities in Medicine; Goethe-Institut (Boston, Mass.)
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"Prepared under the auspices of the Program for Humanities in Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine and the Goethe-Institut, Boston."
Topics: Terminally ill, Death, Death, Death
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Topics: Empathy, Physician-Patient Relations, Physician and patient, Medical personnel and patient
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [347]-385) and indexes
Topics: Altruism, Empathy, Altruisme, Empathie
The variety of terms used to describe the process of self-other differentiation in communication--empathy, role taking, decentering, and perspective taking are but a few--tend to undermine efforts to establish a consistent framework for research in this area. A review of these terms suggests that decentering is the broadest of the concepts, encompassing both affective and cognitive dimensions. Although overlapping at points, empathy and role taking/perspective taking appear to be, respectively,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Communication Research, Communication Skills, Egocentrism, Empathy, Interpersonal...
Human relations training, as a method of teaching empathy, is a relatively recent concept in the health care field. To determine the value of human relations training for associate degree nursing students was the objective of this report. Sophomore nursing students were exposed to human relations training, growth group or transactional analysis sessions after the administration of a standardized test of empathy, the R A-E. Following the group experiences, they were retested with the same...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Allied Health Occupations Education, Counselor Training, Empathy, Experiential...
Virtually all counseling theories have viewed counselor empathic ability as an important condition for counseling, while the concept of countertransference, any therapist feelings or attitudes toward the client, has had a much shakier history. A two-part counseling analogue was designed to examine the relationship of male counselor trainees' (N=22) empathic ability to measures of countertransference behavior and countertransference feelings. Results revealed that empathy was negatively related...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Affective Behavior, Counseling Theories, Counselor Characteristics, Counselor Client...
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by Artinger, Florian; Exadaktylos, Filippos; Koppel, Hannes; Saaksvuori, Lauri
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This article is from PLoS ONE , volume 9 . Abstract Abundant evidence across the behavioral and social sciences suggests that there are substantial individual differences in pro-social behavior. However, little is known about the psychological mechanisms that underlie social preferences. This paper investigates whether empathy and Theory of Mind shape individual differences in pro-social behavior as conventionally observed in neutrally framed social science experiments. Our results show that...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3990498
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by Ohm, Friedemann; Vogel, Daniela; Sehner, Susanne; Wijnen-Meijer, Marjo; Harendza, Sigrid
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This article is from BMC Medical Education , volume 13 . Abstract Background: History taking and empathetic communication are two important aspects in successful physician-patient interaction. Gathering important information from the patient’s medical history is needed for effective clinical decision making while empathy is relevant for patient satisfaction. We wanted to investigate whether medical students near graduation are able to combine both skills as required in daily medical practice....
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3661386
This paper demonstrates how aesthetic engagement can encourage empathy and caring in the art classroom. As artful inquiry, this hybrid form of arts-based educational research and teacher research examines my own classroom practice and pedagogy exploring how aesthetics can become a philosophy of care. Part 1 outlines the "Living Compositions Exercise", an introductory activity students play to introduce the concepts of space, relationship, and care, and a discussion on how this is an...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Aesthetics, Empathy, Caring, Studio Art, Sculpture, Grade 4, Art Activities, Thinking...
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This article is from Frontiers in Psychology , volume 5 . Abstract Cognitive linguistics and conversation analysis (a) converge in the analysis of category bound activities and (b) in viewing thinking and talking as embodied activities. The first aim of this paper is to outline these powerful theories as useful tools for the analysis of enacting empathy. The second aim is to outline these theories as useful tools for the analysis of how empathy is co-enacted in clinical conversation documented...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4013836
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This article is from BMC Medical Education , volume 11 . Abstract Background: Empathy towards patients is considered to be associated with improved health outcomes. Many scales have been developed to measure empathy in health care professionals and students. The Jefferson Scale of Physician Empathy (JSPE) has been widely used. This study was designed to examine the psychometric properties and the theoretical structure of the JSPE. Methods: A total of 853 medical students responded to the JSPE...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3167872
Fire-setting students are those who intentionally or unintentionally set one or more fires due to curiosity, stress, a need for attention, or due to criminal delinquency. This article describes the nature of fire-setting behaviors, discusses the profile and risk factors associated with the behavior, and outlines a group program using empathy training and solution focused brief therapy. The benefits of using solution focused brief therapy and empathy training are discussed along with specific...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Risk, Behavior Change, Psychotherapy, Empathy, Stress Variables, Delinquency,...
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by Bangash, Areeb Sohail; Ali, Nisreen Feroz; Shehzad, Abdul Haseeb; Haqqi, Sobia
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This article is from F1000Research , volume 2 . Abstract Objectives: The purpose of this study was to quantify the levels of empathy amongst medical students in the first year and final year of the medical curriculum at a medical university in Karachi, Pakistan. Methods: A cross-sectional study, comprising of participating students in their first year and final year of the medical curriculum at Ziauddin University Medical College, was carried out, using the Empathy Quotient (EQ) scale...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3782343
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by Hong, Minha; Lee, Won Hye; Park, Jae Hyun; Yoon, Tai Young; Moon, Duk Soo; Lee, Sang Min; Bahn, Geon Ho
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This article is from BMC Medical Education , volume 12 . Abstract Background: This study aims to determine the correlation between medical education systems, medical college (MC) and medical school (MS), and empathy by investigating the changes in empathy among students with each additional year of medical education. Methods: The subjects were MC and MS students who had participated in the same study the previous year. All participants completed the same self-report instruments: a questionnaire...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3561208
The construct of empathy may be located conceptually at several different points in a network of social cognition and vicarious emotion. This paper discusses one specific form of emotional empathy, empathy in response to perceiving another person in need. First, evidence is reviewed suggesting that there are at least two distinct types of congruent vicarious emotional responses to perceiving another in need: feelings of personal distress (e.g., alarmed, upset, worried, disturbed, distressed,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Altruism, Emotional Response, Empathy, Helping Relationship, Individual Needs,...
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by Williams, Brett; Brown, Ted; McKenna, Lisa; Boyle, Malcolm J; Palermo, Claire; Nestel, Debra; Brightwell, Richard; McCall, Louise; Russo, Verity
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This article is from Advances in Medical Education and Practice , volume 5 . Abstract Background: Empathy is paramount in the health care setting, optimizing communication and rapport with patients. Recent empirical evidence suggests that empathy is associated with improved clinical outcomes. Therefore, given the importance of empathy in the health care setting, gaining a better understanding of students’ attitudes and self-reported empathy is important. The objective of this study was to...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4014368
Forth-two subjects were randomly assigned to two empathy training treatments. One treatment, approximating Carkhuff's training method, employed didactic teaching, discrimination training, modeling, experientially-oriented communications practice, and feedback. The second treatment, a cognitive self-instructional modeling approach, included each of these components plus the behavioral rehearsal of the thought process leading to an effective empathy response. Although the thought process was...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Behavior Patterns, College Students, Communication Skills, Comparative Analysis,...
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by Eikeland, Hanne-Lise; ?rnes, Knut; Finset, Arnstein; Pedersen, Reidar
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This article is from BMC Medical Education , volume 14 . Abstract Background: Empathy is important in ensuring the quality of the patient-physician relationship. Several studies have concluded that empathy declines during medical training, especially during the third year. However, there is little empirical research on what may influence a medical student’s empathy. In addition, studies of empathy in medicine have generally been dominated by quantitative approaches, primarily self-assessment...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4128827
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by Williams, Brett; Sadasivan, Sivalal; Kadirvelu, Amudha; Olaussen, Alexander
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This article is from Advances in Medical Education and Practice , volume 5 . Abstract Background: The literature indicates that medical practitioners experience declining empathy levels in clinical practice. This highlights the need to educate medical students about empathy as an attribute early in the academic curriculum. The objective of this study was to evaluate year one students’ self-reported empathy levels following a 2-hour empathy workshop at a large medical school in Malaysia....
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4035026
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by Williams, Brett; Brown, Ted; Boyle, Malcolm; McKenna, Lisa; Palermo, Claire; Etherington, Jamie
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This article is from Advances in Medical Education and Practice , volume 5 . Abstract Purpose: This research examines the extent and nature of empathy among emergency health (paramedic), nursing, and midwifery students at one Australian university and investigates the longitudinal changes in empathy levels across the course of study. Methods: First-, second-, and third-year students at Monash University completed the Jefferson Scale of Empathy–Health Professional (JSE-HP) in 2008, 2009, and...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4166255
Empathy is a critical factor in maintaining peace, respect and civility in our schools. The experience of reciprocal affect and accurate perspective taking comprise the components of empathy and stimulate the motivation to ameliorate the condition of another. The cognitive, physiological and social development of empathy is described with consideration to factors impairing empathic development and expression. Remedial, preventative and promotional interventions that enhance empathy and...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Conflict Resolution, Counseling Techniques, Educational Environment, Empathy,...
The current paper proposes a Relational Frame Theory (RFT, Hayes, Barnes-Holmes, & Roche, 2001a) conceptualization of empathy and perspective taking that follows previous literature outlining a relationship between those phenomena and general functioning. Deictic framing, a relational operant investigated by RFT researchers, constitutes the behavioral core of perspective taking and empathic concern towards other individuals. Given (a) the recent evidence supporting the importance of deictic...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Perspective Taking, Empathy, Child Development, Theories, Autism, Role, Intervention,...
THIS PAPER DISCUSSES EMPATHY AS THE CONCEPT HAS DEVELOPED PHILOSOPHICALLY, AS IT IS USED IN THE ARTS, AND AS IT DIFFERS FROM SYMPATHY. EMPATHY IS DEFINED AS A TWO-DIRECTIONAL PROCESS INVOLVING THE OBSERVER AND THE OBSERVED. THE ETHICAL CONCEPT IS DEFINED AS AN EMOTIONAL "FEELING INTO," EXTENSION, OR INVESTMENT OF THE SELF ON THE PART OF THE OBSERVER (COUNSELOR). THE AESTHETIC CONCEPT INCLUDES AWARENESS OF A SHARED RELATIONSHIP, A RECIPROCITY OF EMOTIONS BETWEEN COUNSELEE AND...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Concept Formation, Counseling, Emotional Development, Interpersonal Relationship,...
University of Florida - Retrospective Dissertation Scanning Project
by Belser, Judith Lynne, 1949-
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Topic: Empathy
This paper presents a theoretical model of empathy in which empathy is defined as a largely involuntary vicarious response to affective cues from another person or from his situation. The model has three components: affective, cognitive, and motivational. In the presentation of the affective component, five distinct models of empathic affect arousal are discussed in their approximate order of appearance developmentally. The discussion of the cognitive component includes a review of the...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Affective Behavior, Arousal Patterns, Children, Cognitive Development, Emotional...
This review brings together some general findings on empathy that have emerged during the last decade of research with children. From a recent review of the research on social cognitive development (Schantz, in press), this paper responds to three specific questions: (1) What is empathy? (2) Under what conditions is empathy likely to occur? and (3) What types of judgements appear to be involved in an empathic response? The difficulty in conceptualizing empathy as something different from...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Affective Behavior, Behavioral Science Research, Children, Cognitive Development,...
The communication of empathic understanding was examined in relation to three qualities of therapist interventions (attunement, tentativeness, and meaning exploration) and tested for its relationship to client in-session processing. High and low client-process segments, from sessions of 20 mild-moderately depressed clients treated in brief experiential therapy, were rated for therapist empathy and manner of responding. Client responses were evaluated for depth of experiencing and manner of...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Counselor Client Relationship, Empathy, Intervention, Depression (Psychology),...
Psychologists and linguists often suggest that empathy or role-taking ability is important in the communication process because it enables a speaker to consider in advance the informational demands of his audience. Despite the vintage of the empathy-effective communication hypothesis, it has never been directly tested. In this study, empathy was measured by an objectively scored empathy scale; the communication process was represented by an encoding-decoding task (using abstract designs) to...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Codification, Empathy, Hypothesis Testing, Role Perception, Speech Communication,...
Forty nonclinical psychology graduate students participated in brief small-group interchanges designed as psychotherapy analogues. The interaction was rated by trained judges, and the "clients" in the simulations also rated "therapist" empathy. The most powerful predictor of client-rated empathy was gender, with women receiving higher empathy scores. The next most powerful predictors were measures of academic achievement. Observer-rated empathy was not significantly...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Clinical Psychology, Counselor Client Relationship, Empathy, Graduate Students,...
Theories about helping behavior have branched into two basic areas: egoistic and altruistic. Egoistic theories describe helping as being induced by sadness or distress; the Empathy-Altruism hypothesis contends that people help when they feel empathy for another in need. Fultz, Schaller, and Cialdini (1988) looked at the possibility that three emotions--sadness, distress, and empathy--may increase helping. The intent of this study was to demonstrate the occurrence of helping in a situation in...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Altruism, Behavior Patterns, College Students, Egocentrism, Empathy, Helping...
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by Lockwood, Patricia L.; Seara-Cardoso, Ana; Viding, Essi
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This article is from PLoS ONE , volume 9 . Abstract Theory and evidence suggest that empathy is an important motivating factor for prosocial behaviour and that emotion regulation, i.e. the capacity to exert control over an emotional response, may moderate the degree to which empathy is associated with prosocial behaviour. However, studies to date have not simultaneously explored the associations between different empathic processes and prosocial behaviour, nor whether different types of emotion...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4014517
Despite the almost complete lack of research addressing a theoretical understanding of empathy or ways to increase human empathy, empathy is a central component of effective human communication. Seen as a key social science phenomenon, it is viewed, along with power, as an inextricable component of human dynamics, and, in its relationship with altruism, possibly plays a causal role. A problem with research on empathy has been a lack of conceptual clarity. Three ways to improve empathetic...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Communication (Thought Transfer), Empathy, Interpersonal Communication, Listening,...
Empathy has been hypothesized as a mediator facilitating prosocial behaviors such as altruism. Definitions and measures of empathy disagree as to the extent to which the observer's response is affective and the necessity for the observer to understand the other's point of view. A conceptualization of empathy which includes these considerations has been shown to be the best predicter of altruistic behavior. (Author)
Topics: ERIC Archive, Affective Behavior, Altruism, Behavior Patterns, Empathy, Interpersonal Relationship,...
As a characteristic which is most important for counselor effectiveness, the concept of empathy has long held a central position. The author uses this rationale as the main reason for his commentary on the value of empathy in counseling effectiveness. The author suggests that if counselors are convinced of the importance of empathy, 2 types of practical questions should be raised. The first concerns the learning of empathy and the unbiased assessment of one's own level of empathy in interviews....
Topics: ERIC Archive, Behavior Patterns, Counseling Effectiveness, Counselor Attitudes, Counselor...
To explain the role of empathy in forms of prosocial behavior, two studies were conducted to examine the relationships among different dimensions of empathy, communication, and prosocial behavior. Study one tested three models hypothesized to explain this process, an altruistic model, an egoistic model, and a dual-process model combining aspects of both motivational processes. Subjects, 171 students enrolled in introductory communication courses, were given empathy and communicative...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Affective Behavior, Altruism, Communication Research, Egocentrism, Emotional...
A developmental model for an empathy-based prosocial motive is presented. The framework of the model is presented in terms of three components of empathy. The first component, empathic affective arousal, is discussed and six involuntary psychological mechanisms which underlie it are described briefly. These mechanisms, in the order in which they appear developmentally, include: reactive newborn cry, conditioning, association, mimicry, symbolic association, and role-taking. The...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Affective Behavior, Altruism, Arousal Patterns, Association (Psychology), Children,...
A review of communication research was conducted to (1) describe and clarify the nature of empathy, (2) investigate the construct of assertiveness, (3) posit a possible relationship between empathy and assertiveness, and (4) provide possible suggestions for future research. The literature indicates that conceptualizations of empathy primarily stress an orientation toward others, while assertive communication most often places an emphasis upon the self. Although first analyses indicate a...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Assertiveness, Behavioral Science Research, Communication Research, Communication...
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by Kjatz,robert
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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015.139165 dc.contributor.author: Kjatz,robert dc.date.accessioned: 2015-07-04T02:38:39Z dc.date.available: 2015-07-04T02:38:39Z dc.date.digitalpublicationdate: 2012-08-00 dc.date.citation: 1945 dc.identifier.barcode: 99999990285956 dc.identifier.origpath: /data9/upload/0283/888 dc.identifier.copyno: 1 dc.identifier.uri: http://www.new.dli.ernet.in/handle/2015/139165 dc.description.scanningcentre: Banasthali University dc.description.main: 1...
Topic: Banasthali
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by Berger, David M
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Bibliography: p. 275-287
Topics: Empathy, Psychotherapist and patient, Empathy, Psychotherapy
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by Klass, Perri, 1958-
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-233)
Topics: Medicine, Physicians, Physician and patient, Physician's Role, Career Choice, Physician-Patient...
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Entertaining-gritty, behind-the-scenes details of hospital operations. In the prologue of this book, Echo Heron, RN, states: Nurses are able to do what they do because they are rich in the gifts of healing, compassion and love. She then goes on to illustrate that statement with 18 chapters of amusing and moving true stories of her career in critical care and in the emergency room. Although Heron provides enough personal detail to make the book a very good read, its importance lies in her...
Topics: Heron, Echo, Heron, Echo, Nurses, Intensive care nursing, Nurses
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Finding the words -- Acts of kindness -- Talking to children about illness and death -- Chronic illness has its own etiquette -- Patients talk to doctors; doctors talk to patients -- At the end of life -- Final thoughts: let compassion be your guide
Topics: Self-Help, Medicine and psychology, Psychology, Sick, Diseases, General, Self-Help / General,...
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by Defense Technical Information Center
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'Darkness,' a short poem Byron wrote in 1816, is a dream vision of the end of the universe. Byron creates a swift movement of Time through the use of blank verse, enjambment, and punctuation. The poem's gloomy and depressing tone is directly related to the personal depression Byron suffered from during his first summer in Switzerland, after he left England for the last time. The contempt for man displayed in the poem occurs in many of Byron's works. 'Darkness' is one of Byron's bitterest works,...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Mazurowski, David M., AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH, *WRITING,...
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by Epstein, Fred, 1937-2006; Horwitz, Joshua
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Hold someone's hand -- Live in the moment -- Face your fears -- Believe in miracles -- Play to your strengths -- Love without boundaries
Topics: Epstein, Fred, 1937-2006, Epstein, Fred, 1937-2006, Neurosurgeons, Pediatric surgeons, Tumors in...
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Editor, Nancy Grimley Carleton
Topics: Mind, body, spirit: disciplines & techniques, Popular psychology, New Age / Body, Mind &...
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by Ventura, Carol Ann
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Studies in character.--Love.--Purity.--Compassion.--The lesson of suffering.--Friendship.--Personality, impersonality, individuality.--To understand and to be understood.--Criticism as a habit.--Selfishishness [!] as the root cause of human misery.--Right human relations.--True faith.--Freedom.--Liberty.--The divine vista.--The priceless birthright.--The abiding presence of Christ.--God's daylight.--The liberal Christian.--Victory over fear
Topic: Character
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 349-353) and index
Topics: Conduct of life, Compassion, Kindness, Happiness, Morale pratique, Compassion, Bonté, Bonheur
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by Benguhe, Chris
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"A Perigee Book."
Topic: Heroes
Topics: Levy, Ernest, 1925-2009, Jews, Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
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Topics: Christian life & practice, Christian ministry & pastoral activity, Coping with death &...
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This article is from Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience , volume 8 . Abstract Background: Medical practitioners such as physicians are continuously exposed to the suffering and the distress of patients. Understanding the way pain perception relates to empathetic dispositions and professional quality of life can contribute to the development of strategies aimed at protecting health professionals from burnout and compassion fatigue. In the present study we investigate the way individual...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4093939
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Originally published: Boston, Mass. : Tuttle Pub., 2000
Topics: Conduct of life, Caring
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by Rubin, Theodore Isaac; Rubin, Eleanor, joint author
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Topics: Self-hate (Psychology), Mental Health, Self Concept
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Topics: Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Spirituality, Religion - World Religions, Religion,...
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Topics: Medical care, Managed care plans (Medical care), Health care rationing, Physician and patient,...
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by Ram Dass; Dass, Ram; Bush, Mirabai, 1939-
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Topics: Voluntarism, Religion - Christian Life, Private Welfare Work, Spiritual life, Religion, Religion -...
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by Berlant, Lauren Gail, 1957-
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Topics: Compassion, Compassion in literature