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Generation Me: Study Finds College Students Lack Empathy

Generation Me: Study Finds College Students Lack Empathy | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it

Are today's college students narcissists? Watch the video to find out!

 

A study presented at the recent meeting of the Association for Psychological Science found that, compared with individuals their age 20 or 30 years ago, today's college students are lacking in empathy. Researchers look at exposure to video games and social media as a possible cause for the rise in narcissism and students' ability to 'tune out' the emotions of others.

 

A recent study led by Sara Konrath at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research suggests that today's college kids are significantly less empathetic than their peers in the 1980s and 1990s.

 

 

Culture of Empathy Builder Page: Sara Konrath

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Osho: IS EMPATHY THE CURRENT THAT BRINGS ABOUT THE AWARENESS OF OUR EACH AND EVERY RELATEDNESS, AND VICE VERSA?

Osho: IS EMPATHY THE CURRENT THAT BRINGS ABOUT THE AWARENESS OF OUR EACH AND EVERY RELATEDNESS, AND VICE VERSA? | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it

BELOVED MASTER, /IS EMPATHY THE CURRENT THAT BRINGS ABOUT THE AWARENESS OF OUR EACH AND EVERY RELATEDNESS, AND VICE VERSA?

The experience of empathy is very rare. You know what sympathy means, you also know what apathy means; but empathy you do not know.

Sympathy and apathy are opposed to each other. Empathy is beyond both. To help you understand it, let me tell you an incident in Ramakrishna's life.

He was in a boat, going to the other shore of the Ganges near Calcutta. And just out of nowhere - he was surrounded by his disciples - he started screaming, "Don't beat me!" Tears started flowing from his eyes, and one could see that his body was getting distorted as if somebody was beating him badly. The disciples could see nobody there, but he was in immense torture.

When they reached to the other shore, they found a fisherman with a big crowd surrounding him. He had been beaten by a few people. And the strangest thing was that the same bruises and scratches that had come up on his back, had come up on Ramakrishna's back too - exactly the same.

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Empathy – Osho

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“Empathy is relating to people through the heart. But this is possible only if the mind is silent, if there are no thoughts in the mind and it gives way, opens the door to the heart. But ordinarily you are so full of thoughts there is no way to be sensitive.

Even when you love someone, you say, “I think I have fallen in love.” That too, is a thought: you think. Your love is also dependent on your thinking. You cannot do anything directly from the heart.

 

Your mind has been trained, educated, conditioned in every possible way and your heart has been ignored in every possible way. By and by, you have forgotten that the heart is far more valuable than the mind. Your mind has become everything.

 – Osho

 

 

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Nonviolent Communication - Wikipedia

Nonviolent Communication - Wikipedia

Nonviolent Communication (abbreviated NVC, also called Compassionate Communication or Collaborative Communication) is a communication process developed by Marshall Rosenberg beginning in the 1960s.

Nonviolent Communication (abbreviated NVC, also called Compassionate Communication or Collaborative Communication[1][2]) is a communication process developed by Marshall Rosenberg beginning in the 1960s.[3] It focuses on three aspects of communication: self-empathy (defined as a deep and compassionate awareness of one's own inner experience), empathy (defined as an understanding of the heart in which we see the beauty in the other person), and honest self-expression (defined as expressing oneself authentically in a way that is likely to inspire compassion in others).

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Learning Empathy Through Video Games

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Learning Empathy through Video Games

Researchers have explored the idea of whether or not empathy can be taught to those who lack the ability. Surprisingly enough a lot of those studies agree that empathetic behavior can indeed be taught.

 

Going back to the thought of using video games as a way to teach compassion I wanted to delve into a certain type of video game I think would be perfect for this. Specifically, the choose your own adventure type of games. You know the games series that adapts to the choices you make. Having a game that changes based on how you play forces the player to carefully consider the decisions they make as it could have a permanent effect on someone or something else in the game. If you’ve ever put yourself in the place of the main character and thought about what you would do in that particular situation, then I’m sure you understand where I’m coming from.

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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Says Empathy Makes You a Better Innovator

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Says Empathy Makes You a Better Innovator | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
“Empathy make you a better innovator,” said Nadella. “If I look at the most successful products we [at Microsoft] have created, it comes with that ability to meet the unmet, unarticulated needs of customers.”

Many of the topics Nadella addressed in his on-stage interview are also subjects he explored in his recent book, Hit Refresh, a part-memoir, part-business story published last month.
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Better Living Through Empathy

Better Living Through Empathy | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
The term empathy generally refers to two main concepts.
  • The first involves the cognitive process of taking another person’s psychological perspective, imagining their thoughts, feelings, and what drives their behaviors.
  • The second, which is often an outcome of this perspective taking, is the experiencing of an emotional reaction to the other person’s situation. This could be feelings of a similar quality (e.g., feeling sad when they are sad) or a reaction to their situation (e.g., feeling compassion because they are sad).

 

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This Is How You Scale Empathy And Change The World

This Is How You Scale Empathy And Change The World | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it

Highlights From The Talk
Taylor opened his stage at Mindvalley’s A-Fest Mexico with a story about his favorite entrepreneur and the lessons he learned from social entrepreneurship.


Lean in to hear the highlights:

  • (03:20) — You'll learn whether empathy is learned or innate, based on an experiment with schoolchildren;
  • (06:44) — The highlight of Taylor’s trip to Africa was not what he expected when he discovered the devastating truth about the African children he visited;
  • (08:03) —Taylor shares how to scale empathy through innovative methods of fundraising — and get stunning campaign results that will blow your mind.


Here’s a take home lesson that’s inspiration for you, 

 

"I believe that a world where we truly, genuinely feel empathetic, is a world that legitimately could not have war, gender inequality, (or even) poverty."
— Taylor Conroy

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(Empathy at Work) (Teaching Empathy) Empathy Is Crucial To Any Personal Or Professional Relationship -- Here's How To Cultivate It

(Empathy at Work) (Teaching Empathy) Empathy Is Crucial To Any Personal Or Professional Relationship -- Here's How To Cultivate It | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
Have you ever shared a painful or challenging experience with a friend, partner, colleague or boss and instead of feeling heard you left the conversation feeling worse off and misunderstood?

In that moment, the person whom you were speaking to was not empathetic. They may not have intentionally responded that way and were perhaps caught up in their own problems, were busy or lacked understanding of your situation. In truth, even the most empathetic of us do this. However, it’s important to remember that empathy can make or break relationships. It is a skill, which can reap many benefits in professional and personal relationships.

 

  • 1. Be present...
     To develop compassionate empathy, you’ll need to learn to cultivate “being present.” This means being aware of what is here and now, rather than reacting to what is happening and being said....

  • 2. Actively listen...
     Hearing what someone is saying as if you’re hearing it for the first time will enable you to actively listen

  • 3. Put yourself in another’s shoes
    study published in the Journal of Neuroscience found that the more time and attention participants spent thinking empathically, the more sensitive they became....

  • 4. Take action
    “Instead of offering to do anything, just do something.” ...

  • 5. Take good care of yourself
    To be compassionate towards another you first have to start with yourself..

 

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On the lack of Empathy as a major threat to Peace

On the lack of Empathy as a major threat to Peace | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it

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What is the most important threat to peace?

If one were to wager what would be the single most important threat to peace, it would have to be the lack of empathy. In his book “The Empathic Civilization”, Jeremy Rifkin puts the problématique in pointed terms: “Can we reach global empathy in time to avoid the collapse of civilization and save the Earth?” (Rifkin, 2009).

The dearth of what one could call applied methodological empathy may be the most important variable explaining why humanity at the beginning of the 21st century still faces so many challenges in what should be our most uncontroversial shared goal, namely that of gradually building a more peaceful world for both the generations alive and yet to come.

It goes without saying that values and interests of both individuals and collectives are very different or even incompatible and may clash when brought into contact with one another. This may or may not cause Violence, as in any case, conflicts are not at all exclusively negative and can just as well lead to great development and growth for either of the parties involved. This may apply most truthfully to conflicts carried out on the basis of cosmopolitan values. On the other hand of course, conflicts paired with the pseudo-darwinian concept of survival of the fittest and egocentric mind-sets can lead to inequalities, frustration and can ultimately turn out Violent.

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Facilitating empathy through virtual reality

Facilitating empathy through virtual reality | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
This research experimentally investigated whether virtual reality experience can prompt greater empathy and whether greater engagement with a virtual reality connects this virtual reality experience to empathy.

 

 

Randomly assigned participants viewed a documentary featuring a young girl living in a refugee camp either in a virtual reality format or in a control two-dimensional format. Results indicated that the virtual reality experience resulted in greater engagement and a higher level of empathy for the refugee girl compared to the control condition.

 

Greater engagement was a process connecting the virtual reality experience to empathy. Virtual reality has the potential to influence interpersonal emotions such as empathy.

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Empathy – sophisticated sympathy 

Empathy – sophisticated sympathy  | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
At a conference in Islington, London 2011, I heard Colin Trevarthen (Professor Emeritus of Child Psychology and Psychobiology at the University of Edinburgh) express that “empathy is evil”. I went up to him after he presented to learn more. Trevarthen went on to tell me that the origin of the word empathy is to look with an evil eye, that it is an unnatural way to be with someone. (I have not been able to verify his claim – Greek empatheia, literally, passion, from empathēs emotional, from empathos feelings, emotion — more at pathos First Known Use: 1850)


I couldn’t agree more however... but what is evil about being empathic?


It traps the person in believing that their story about their hurts and experiences is who they are


It feeds recognition that they identify with their experiences


The therapist is poisoned by taking on the energy of something that is not theirs – the emotion enters the body of the therapist and cannot be easily dealt with as it’s not their issue.

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Silicon Valley's Empathy Gap | Civity

Is Silicon Valley making the world a better place? In a piece recently published in CityLab, entitled What Silicon Valley Doesn't Get About People, Daniel Harris

 

Is Silicon Valley making the world a better place? In a piece recently published in CityLab, entitled What Silicon Valley Doesn't Get About People, Daniel Harris of the Knight Foundation suggests that the Valley could use some more empathy … right in its own backyard.

 

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Poor planning didn’t just aggravate the area’s housing problem: It helped create the Valley’s growing empathy gap.

 

As Silicon Valley, my home and place of work, dreams up what’s next, so, too, does the world dream up the next Silicon Valley.

 

From the speculation on Silicon Valley’s heir apparent to the slow outpouring of talent and venture capital from the region to Jeff Bezos hosting “Amazon Idol” with American cities competing to win HQ2 and its supposed 50,000 jobs and $5 billion, our competitive advantage over the rest of the world is clearly narrowing.

 

As new innovation centers arise and potentially surpass Silicon Valley, too few of them, however, seem to be asking what we got—and continue to get—wrong here.

 

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Empathy 

Empathy  | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy is the ability to read and understand people and be in-tune with or resonate with others, voluntarily or involuntarily of one’s empath capacity.

 

People with this ability are called empaths. Empaths have the ability to scan another’s psyche for thoughts and feelings or for past, present, and future life occurrences. Many empaths are unaware of how this actually works, and have long accepted that they were sensitive to others. The range of our compassion defines the horizons of our identity. Thus, the greater the reach of our empathy, the greater the scale with which we can resonate and manifest. With pure intent and “good heart,” humans can as a whole incarnate, or focus, into the body of the planet.

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Osho: True love is not sympathetic

Osho: True love is not sympathetic | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
So never ask for sympathy, because that is corrupting to you and to the other also. And if you become settled with sympathy and you start thinking that this is love, you have settled with something like a false coin. It just gives one the feeling of love; it is not love.

True love is not sympathetic. True love is empathetic. It is empathy, not sympathy. Sympathy means ’You are miserable, and I would like to help you. I remain outside. I give you my hand. I am not affected by you. In fact deep down I enjoy it. I relish it that one person is giving me the opportunity to feel so high’. This is violent.

Empathy is totally different. Empathy means !I feel just as you are feeling. If you are miserable, I feel your misery. It touches me... it affects me. Not as an outsider but as if I am part of your being’. Love is empathy... it is not sympathy at all.

So remember this and resist the temptation to ask for sympathy. That temptation is there, because when one feels that love is not happening, one starts settling for less. One starts moving around in sadness and asking for sympathy in subtle ways. Never ask that. That is the greatest degradation that can happen to a human being. Never do that. Be happy.
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Sympathy Versus Empathy by Osho

Sympathy Versus Empathy by Osho | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy does not mean knowing that the other is unhappy; it means I myself have become miserable. It is not just knowing that the other is happy; it means I myself am happy. It is not that the moon is shining in the sky, but that I am also shining. It is not that the sun is rising, but that I am rising. It is not that flowers have blossomed; it is I who have blossomed. Empathy means nonduality. Empathy means oneness; nonviolence is oneness. 
 
So there are three states:
  • one is false sympathy, which is violence pure and simple.
  • Two, genuine sympathy, which is a very subtle form of violence.
  • And three, empathy, which is nonviolence

 

Sympathy may be violence or a subtle form of violence; it may be genuine or false sympathy — both of these are at the psychological level.

Empathy is a spiritual phenomenon. It is never possible for us to be one with someone else on a psychological level. My mind is one entity, your mind is a separate entity. 

 
My body is a distinct entity; your body, too, is a distinct entity. It is not possible to have unity or oneness on a physical or mental level. Oneness is possible only on a spiritual level.Empathy is the highest peak of spirituality. But sympathy is our temporal, worldly training and is generally 99 percent false.Abridged from The Art of Living, Osho Times International, courtesy Osho International Foundation,www.osho.com.■

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The Decline of Empathy and the Appeal of Right-Wing Politics

The Decline of Empathy and the Appeal of Right-Wing Politics | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
Donald Trump clearly spoke to this pain. He empathized with the traumatic losses and helplessness of the white middle and working classes. He helped them feel part of something bigger than themselves, a “movement,” which combatted their isolation. And he helped them restore a feeling of belonging by positioning them against demeaned others, primarily immigrants and countries on the other end of “horrible trade deals.”

The research on the development of empathy and the trauma resulting from its absence, on the links between economic inequality and physical and psychological suffering, and on the corrosive effects of social isolation has to lead progressives to renew their campaign for radical reforms of our economy and politics. Tronick’s and others’ research on the development of empathy and the trauma resulting from its absence has to lead us to support families in every way possible such that parents have the time and resources to empathetically connect with their children. 

 

 

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The Unlikely Factor That Could Help Reduce Gun Violence in the United States

The Unlikely Factor That Could Help Reduce Gun Violence in the United States | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
They seek payback for what they perceive to be unfair treatment by targeting those they hold responsible for their misfortunes.”

Empathy addresses the pain and experience of victimhood. Recognize a person’s fundamental needs, and they have less reason to be bitter. There’s a surfeit of research showing the positive effects of receiving empathy, including fortifying kindness and cooperativeness, trust, support, and effectiveness in negotiations.

In fact, new research shows that the ability for empathy to inhibit violence may be more than a mere social dynamic, it may be a biological one. Aggression and empathy share similar neuronal circuitry in the brain and “stimulation of these neuronal circuits in one direction reduces their activity in the other.” In other words, if you’re processing empathy, your brain may not have the bandwidth to practice aggression at the same time. Evidence indicates those effects can start in childhood giving credence to Levitt’s call for empathetic parenting.

 

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Empathy in Business Relationships – Turning Friends and Followers into Real Relationships

Empathy in Business Relationships – Turning Friends and Followers into Real Relationships | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy in Business
Evidence of the relevance of empathy to business is outlined in the article on the Mind Tools blog called, “What’s Empathy Got to do with It?”

There are numerous studies that link empathy to business results. They include studies that correlate empathy with increased sales, with the performance of the best managers of product development teams and with enhanced performance in an increasingly diverse workforce. A few of these studies can be viewed on the site of The Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations.

The fact that empathy is an important component of effective relationships has been proven: In studies by Dr Antonio Damasio (outlined in his book: “Descartes’ Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain.“), medical patients who had damage to part of the brain associated with empathy showed significant deficits in relationship skills, even though their reasoning and learning abilities remained intact.
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Empathy Engines by Elizabeth Sampat

Empathy Engines by Elizabeth Sampat | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
In this guide, Elizabeth Sampat takes designers through a process of reaching through themselves to reach out to others. Drawing on influences as varied as history, politics, psychology and theater, EMPATHY ENGINES sketches a complex network of interaction and community, and shows that system design is at its beating heart.

 

With thorough breakdowns of a multitude of games (blockbuster and indie) and thought-provoking exercises at the end of each chapter, EMPATHY ENGINES will make any game designer think more closely about how to wield systems with intention.

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Empathie 3.0 – ein Ausweg aus dem „Empathie-Paradoxon“?

Empathie 3.0 – ein Ausweg aus dem „Empathie-Paradoxon“? | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it
“„Empathie“ ist heute in aller Munde und daher in der Wirtschaftswelt und darüber hinaus auf dem Vormarsch. Immer mehr Studien weisen nach, dass empathische Mitarbeiter[1] und vor allem Führungskräfte einen hohen wirtschaftlichen Mehrwert für ihre Betriebe mit sich bringen.

 

Doch obwohl die Forderungen nach mehr Empathie und Empathieförderung immer lauter werden, ist bezüglich der praktischen Umsetzung ein allgemeiner Rückgang von Empathiefähigkeit zu beobachten – das „Empathie-Paradoxon“. Sogar eine zunehmende Dominanz „anti-empathischer“ Werthaltungen lässt sich vor allem im Top Business beobachten. Studien belegen sogar, dass ein enormer Anteil an Führungskräften psychopathisch – sprich: frei von jeglichem Mitgefühl und Reue – einzuordnen ist.

 

Ein wesentlicher Grund für diesen Trend: Der zunehmende Dauerstress der Leistungs- und Konsumgesellschaft, der sich in der steten Zunahme psychischer Erkrankungen, wie z.B. Burn Out, zeigt und hochgradig „empathiehemmend“ wirkt. Der gegenwärtig vorherrschende Empathiebegriff stößt an seine Grenzen. Kann ein neues, im Entstehen begriffenes, Empathieverständnis einen dialektischen Ausweg aus dem Empathie-Paradoxon liefern?

[1] Aus vereinfachungstechnischen Gründen verwende ich die männliche Anrede und verstehe sie stets, wenn nicht anders angegeben in neutraler Hinsicht.”


— Dr. Karim Fathi

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Political Crisis Exposes Need to Teach Empathy

Political Crisis Exposes Need to Teach Empathy | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it

In a world that feels increasingly broken, where should we place the most attention to vital global social issues: Should we prioritize addressing the risks to healthcare? Or the silent genocide of the Rohingya people? How much should we address immigrant and refugee rights while also eradicating the odious cultures of racism, sexism, and xenophobia that still, terrifyingly, linger? When it comes to assuaging these social ills, we have to go back to the root cause of these social problems: a lack of empathy.

As an individual who has dedicated my academic work to understanding the roots of human moral development, witnessing contemporary America’s pervasive aloofness towards cultivating empathy is simply deplorable to witness. While I don’t wish to romanticize a past which always had its share of injustices, it seems that the human capacity for empathy has declined; society, writ large, is simply less empathetic.

 

A study from the University of Michigan found that today’s college students score 40 percent lower than their counterparts from the 1970s in the ability to understand what others are feeling. The biggest drop came at the turn of the millennium and some scholars suggest that the decline of empathy is primarily because people spend less time interacting face-to-face and more time staring at screens.'

 

 

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The Bystander Effect | The Science of Empathy 

We’d all like to consider ourselves helpful people, but are we always quick to lend a hand whenever the opportunity arises? In this episode of The Science of Empathy, we tested, through various scenarios, just how long it would take for people to offer assistance to someone struggling right in front of them.
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East Rowan High School students take lessons in empathy into community 

East Rowan High School students take lessons in empathy into community  | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.it

On Wednesday, the students presented their findings. Many took an extra step and, instead of simply raising awareness, they also sought to address each issue.

Students studying poverty held a canned food drive for the school’s backpack program. Students learning about disabilities worked with East Rowan’s special education population and planned a bake sale to benefit their curriculum.

 

Students studying bullying created an “Empathy Club” to reach out to new students or struggling peers.

 

“We worked very hard on our PBL (problem-based learning) and hope to persuade people in our county to have empathy for people with individual disabilities,” student Nasir Barnes said during his presentation.

 

 

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Professional Development Workshops with the Empathy Toy

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THE EMPATHY TOY
Professional Development Workshops
Introduce your team to the Empathy Toy with one of our expertly facilitated workshops. In these hands-on, discussion-driven and laughter-filled experiences your team will use the Empathy Toy to arrive at powerful insights into how they collaborate, communicate, and solve problems.

Every workshop includes a pre-workshop consultation to learn about the specific themes you would like to cover and the outcomes you are looking to achieve. Your first workshop also comes with a free Empathy Toy Facilitator’s Kit so you can keep the insights and fun going well beyond the end of your session.
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