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Mirror Neurons: The Most Hyped Concept in Neuroscience?

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Mirror neurons are fascinating but they aren’t the answer to what makes us human By Christian Jarrett, Ph.D...

 

Back in the 1990s neuroscientists at the University of Parma identified cells in the premotor cortex of monkeys that had an unusual response pattern. They were activated when the monkeys performed a given action and, mirror-like, when they saw another individual perform that same movement. Since then, the precise function and influence of these neurons has become perhaps the most hyped topic in neuroscience.

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Does "Digital Empathy" Work in Virtual Psychotherapy?

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Digital empathy is “traditional empathic characteristics such as concern and caring for others expressed through computer-mediated interactions."

A recent study suggests that clients felt their psychotherapist was more empathic and supportive in a remote setting than an in-person setting.

Another study found that virtual group therapy can be as effective as in-person group therapy.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, much of psychotherapy has moved online. Two new studies take a look at whether teletherapy and video conference therapy are helpful. Can empathy connect clients with their therapists despite the virtual divide? Has psychotherapy adapted to moving online? The results may be surprising for some.

 

In one study, published in Frontiers in Psychology, researchers found that clients felt like their psychotherapist was significantly more empathic and supportive in the remote setting compared to in person. This is important because, depending on the type of psychotherapy, whether a client feels connected to the psychotherapist can be an essential factor in a positive outcome in treatment.

Marlynn Wei, M.D., J.D.,

 

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Empathy and Leadership

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Empathy is the capacity to imagine the experience of another from their point of view, not yours. When I was a child, my mother told me to put on a wool sweater if she was cold. She was an empathic soul, but pure empathy requires self negations. I still overheat, sweat very quickly, and I can’t wear wool! The smallest molecule of society is the family. Parents are the first leaders we encounter. If we have a trusting, supportive, loving, empathic relationship with our parents, we are more likely to accept authority and leadership when we become an adult.

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desireth0623@gmail.com's curator insight, Today, 12:23 PM
La empatía se puede referir en un punto de vista que nosotros tenemos como aprendizaje observando a los demás, en el área de administración la empatía se equilibra en el lugar que más debilidad tenemos y aprender de los más experimentados en el área.
 Desde que nacemos vamos aprendiendo adactr
De la misma forma se comienza con el buen liderazgo, teniendo un buen trato, seguridad en lo que se hace y la mente abierta para seguir aprendiendo y tener nuevas aspiraciones y tomarse el tiempo de enseñar al personal o equipo de trabajo.
Por eso se hace un buen equipo la empatía y el liderazgo de la mano trabajan para que todo se de como debe ser. 
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Microsoft's Satya Nadella on Versatile Work, the Metaverse, and the Energy of Empathy - Harvard Enterprise Evaluation

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SATYA NADELLA: Empathy. To me, what I’ve type of come to appreciate, what’s the most innate in all of us is that means to have the ability to put ourselves in different individuals’s footwear and see the world the way in which they see it. That’s empathy. That’s on the coronary heart of design considering. Once we say innovation is all approximately assembly unmet, unarticulated, wants of {the marketplace}, it’s in the end the unmet and articulated wants of individuals, and organizations which are made up of individuals. And it’s good to have deep empathy.
So I might say the supply of all innovation is what’s the most humane high quality that all of us have, which is empathy.
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Empathy Can Help Us Overcome Fear of Others

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  • Fear of others who are different blocks empathy for them, but learning to understand others can help people overcome that fear.
  • Empathy frees people from the bias of fear that blocks empathy, and in turn opens them to deeper understanding.
  • Social empathy uses the knowledge of the history and social conditions of other groups to diminish a person's fear of others.

Empathy is a complex process that includes both unconscious feelings and cognitive processing to feel and understand the emotions and experiences of others, or as we commonly say, “walk in someone else’s shoes.”

 

It is not sympathy, pity, or even compassion; it is neutral. However, what we do with our empathic feelings is not neutral. Research shows that when we have empathic feelings, we engage in prosocial behaviors, typically viewed as helping others.1 That is why we think of empathy in such positive ways—empathy can lead us to do good. But what about when others seem different and strange to us?

 

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September 28, 2021 

 

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Opinion | This empathy exercise might help you bridge some divides - The

Tips for understanding people whose life experiences differ from our own.

 

 That’s because I don’t need to experience suicidal thoughts or feelings myself to recognize how disturbing, and dangerous, they are to my patients. Psychiatric training teaches that empathy — the ability to imagine the mind of others — is critical to being an effective therapist. Empathy is really theory of mind in action: It allows us to understand people whose life experiences are very different from our own, which is probably most of our patients, and most people out in the world.

 

Here’s an exercise that might boost your empathy: Listen carefully to someone you want to communicate with better, and choose something they said or did that you don’t like or agree with. Now imagine at least two reasons why they might have said or done that thing. 

 By Richard A. Friedman

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Here’s an exercise that might boost your empathy: Listen carefully to someone you want to communicate with better, and choose something they said or did that you don’t like or agree with. Now imagine at least two reasons why they might have said or done that thing.
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Empathy in pedophilia and sexual offending against children: A multifaceted approach

Empathy in pedophilia and sexual offending against children: A multifaceted approach | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy is regarded as dynamic risk factor of child sexual offending. However, empathy research in the context of child sexual abuse suffers from various problems. First, prior studies failed to differentiate between pedophilic and nonpedophilic sexual offenders. Second, there is no distinction made between cognitive and affective empathy. Third, cognitive and affective empathy toward emotional states of specific age groups (children and adults) has not been adequately addressed. The current study tackles these shortcomings investigating offending and nonoffending pedophiles and multiple aspects of empathy using self-reports and objective behavioral measures.

 

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How to Increase User Empathy and Build Better Products –

A user story is a statement written with a formula: “As [a user], I want [to make this action] so that [I can achieve this goal].” Formulating all features in user stories puts the user in the center of the development. It focuses the engineering team on why they are building something and for whom.  Many businesses fall into the trap of creating products no one needs. If a product team lacks empathy and is driven by its own vision and biased beliefs, the chances of creating a useless product are quite high. User stories put the focus on the user’s needs. It’s a feature used by product managers or engineers to describe how a product feature brings value to the customer.


Empathy maps are a visual tool used by design teams that put users first (human-centered design approach). An empathy map has four quadrants, which account for what the customer says, thinks, does and feels. When filling in this map, the team takes time to understand users and empathize with them.
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What Rat Empathy May Reveal About Human Compassion | WIRED

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The distinction in brain regions is subtle, says Bartal, but “we see activation of this empathy network that's the same as the one that we see in humans.” It suggests strategies to bolster pro-social behavior in humans: Perhaps “empathic helping,” as Bartal calls it, could be more effectively motivated by fostering a sense of shared identity than by dwelling on another party's pain. “Maybe empathy is not the main predictor of helping behavior,” she says.

 

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Tech Can Push Us Apart, but These Games and VR Build Empathy • Trojan Family Magazine

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How Does Technology Affect Empathy? These Games Encourage Feeling
From the first 8-bit programs on, video game players have found new worlds through their screens. But games and interactive media can also introduce users to unknown worlds that are just a few blocks away in real life. Game designers are using their media for more than just an escape — in some cases, games can make players more aware of a reality they don’t know.
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The Empathy Principle  

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Empathy is required for any type of success in personal and family relationships, and business.

 Most people think they know what empathy is, but they misunderstand what it really is and how it impacts those around them.

No one knows exactly how another person feels.

 By relating to the feelings of others, you are able to connect at a deeper level and really know them. Care and consideration are key skills that have their basis in Empathy.
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The Power of Empathy

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How it can impact your life more than you think.
November 25, 2021 by John Cooper 

How it can impact your life more than you think.

Part I: Analyzing Empathy

Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another person. It can be a powerful force for understanding others, which in turn allows us to better connect with them./

But empathy also has other benefits: it can improve our self-esteem and make us more resilient when we experience difficulties or challenges. This blog post will explore how empathy impacts your life by looking at four different areas where empathy plays an important role — relationships, personal growth, happiness, and resilience.

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Empathy circles: from a moment to a movement

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An empathy arena
In America, for our first empathy circle, we prioritized our Black colleagues. Our topic was bold: Racism in America. We worked behind the scenes with our Mosaic employee group leaders to say, This is your space. That was also quite a lot of orchestration behind the scenes because there were white people who were genuinely hurting.

 

There were parents who were saying, "We don't want to be raising racist children." We worked with our all our employees to say, we know you're hurting too, but this privilege and this space belongs to our Black colleagues. Let us be humble and let us listen.

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How to Increase User Empathy and Build Better Products

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Building Empathy Maps
Empathy maps are a visual tool used by design teams that put users first (human-centered design approach). An empathy map has four quadrants, which account for what the customer says, thinks, does, and feels. When filling in this map, the team takes time to understand users and empathize with them.

Usually, team members explore empathy maps at the beginning of the design process, after the research has been conducted. After filling in the empathy map, the team experiences customers’ struggles firsthand, causing them to form a stronger connection with users.

Customer Journey Mapping

Customer journey mapping is another design tool that allows teams to gain empathy by understanding a user’s behavior during all stages of their journey. The maps can be retrospective (showing the current user behavior) or prospective (showing the expected user behavior). This type of mapping reveals how users experience the product, which jobs they can get done with it, and which pain points they experience.
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Best Empathy Training: Cohort 12.D: Module 1: Session 2 of 5

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This is a free Empathy Circle Facilitator Training. Learn to facilitate an Empathy Circle. Join this event if you would like to take part in the training.

There is limited space in each cohort, and all participants must check with trainers to be accepted into the training. The basics of facilitating an Empathy Circle are fairly easy, however, it is a life long learning to deepen the skills and build a more empathic way of being and culture.

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Vietnam revealed the importance of empathy, Afghanistan tragically reinforces that lesson

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Afghanistan may be a different conflict, but it reveals a similar lack of empathy in the West’s strategy and foreign policy. Although this absence has been noted before, the cost is now apparent. It is counted not only in the lives lost and resources expended, but also in the damage done to the West’s reputation as a global actor, its longer-term capacity to act, and trust in the promises we make.

Empathy is often overlooked in foreign policy because it is considered naïve or at odds with the hard realities of politics. Yet the ability to view the world from the perspectives of others, and communicate that insight, is critical. Such an approach recognises the importance of emotions, of the meaning given to ideas, identities, and history, and the stories people tell themselves.
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After publishing opposing opinion articles on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, professor and student start friendship

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“In my talks with Dr. Brenner, I’ve never backed down from my beliefs on Palestine,” Nusiebeh said. “I’ve always believed the same things and I will always believe that what I believe is just, no matter who tells me that. 

“But just having the understanding about what motivates the other side, helps you one, have empathy for them, and two, helps you understand them. There’s always benefits to reaching out to the other side.”

Brenner said that although this is the first time he has received criticism like this from a student, he emphasized that the CIS tries to bring in Palestinian perspectives whenever possible, while still keeping in mind its initial goals.
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Opinion | Our divided times are an opportunity for empathy. Really.  

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Empathy alone may not cure our country's ills and divisions, but abandoning it could deepen them.

 

During fractious times, empathy can seem as effective as bringing cotton candy to a gunfight. When the other side is viewed as an existential threat, meeting opponents halfway can feel dangerous — equivalent to betraying one’s side and giving up your ideals.

 

Still, empathy should have a place in our national discourse.

 

By Jamil Zaki , Robb Willer, Jan Gerrit Voelkel, and Luiza Santos
 
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Eliminating The Empathy Deficit

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That lack of empathy is not only driving wedges between citizens; it’s building walls between our employees. Perhaps some of you witnessed that animus between employees over political candidates during the last election; I know I did.

 

That kind of division is something our companies can’t afford, particularly at a time when we face so many other challenges—the ongoing pain of the pandemic, the global recession, the need to transform digitally, and quickly, lest we become the latest victim of disruption. We need unity within our corporate communities, not only to cope with the challenges we can see, but to anticipate the dangers that have yet to reveal themselves.

 

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Why and How to Cultivate Empathy in Your Organization

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Why Is Empathy Important in Your Workplace 

Every person working in the organization has different cultural values, perspectives, and backgrounds that make them valuable assets for a company. Empathy here helps managers understand different employees and use their versatile skills to better the organization. Cultivating empathy in the workplace can also help in many other ways:

 

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Practicing Empathy Positively Impacts The Emotions Of Others

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Emotions are contagious. In every encounter, emotional signals are sent between everyone involved.

 

Empathy helps us achieve the emotional synchrony needed. It consists of an emotional mirroring, where you gain a better understanding of others emotions through mirroring their body language, tone of voice, and facial expressions - literally placing yourself in their position as much as possible.

People tend to stay in emotion longer if they feel the emotional message they're sending isn't being correctly received, just like how a child will continue to throw a tantrum until their emotional needs are met or acknowledged. Mirroring helps you show that those messages a well-received, and are being responded to.

 

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Who Is Most Vulnerable to Narcissists?

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How is an empath less vulnerable to the narcissist?
The empath has a solid sense of self, as noted by psychologist Nicole LePera, and that sense of self is not defined by those around them. They do not need or seek the approval of others any more than the average person would do so. They are assured of their own self-worth regardless of the behavior of others.

 

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We love bosses who care, but why do so many of us doubt their sincerity?

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Much has been written during the COVID pandemic about empathy and the rise of the empathetic boss. After all, who wouldn’t want a boss who exhibits understanding and caring during the worst global health crisis of our lifetime? 

Unsurprisingly, nearly all of us want that, according to a recent survey by accounting firm EY — and employers with heart could well be the answer not only to happier, more productive employees but also to the Great Resignation. 

 

NOVEMBER 10, 2021 

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The importance of empathy in career coaching

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We take a look at the three faces of empathy — accuracy, range and depth — and how they can be best used in career coaching

 

What is empathy, exactly? 

Emotion researchers generally define empathy as the ability to sense other people’s emotions, coupled with the ability to imagine what someone else might be thinking or feeling. 

 

Career counselling, or vocational guidance, used to be seen as an advisory service. Even the title of Career Educator lacks the holistic and caring aspect that is important in the client-coach relationship. This is especially important in career coaching of students and young adults, roughly between the ages of 15 to 25, who are going through so many significant transitions and tend to be over-represented in unemployment. 

 

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Is empathy a skill lawyers need? | Canadian Lawyer

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Why empathy is an important skill for lawyers
Required and “absolutely necessary” for professionalism, empathy involves complete lack of judgment or paternalism and allows a lawyer to advocate for their client from their client’s perspective, experience and position, says lawyer and mental health law expert Anita Szigeti.

 

“Empathy, I would posit, is the most important ingredient of being a good lawyer.”

Empathy is not sympathy, and it does not entail feeling sorry for clients, feeling sad about their situation nor taking on their psychosocial needs, Szigeti says

 

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How well do you listen?  

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Most of us think we are above average listeners, and journalists are especially confident about their ability to listen to find out what’s really going on. Yet often when we think we are listening we are actually distracted by the voices in our head. We may be thinking of the next question or deciding what to cook for dinner.

When we talk to someone with whom we disagree about something important, the challenge of truly listening is even greater.  We rush to judge, and rehearse counter arguments, impatient for the moment when we can insert our correct opinions.

Imagine the possibilities if we could learn to listen, deeply listen, to people who think very differently to us, even in acutely divided societies?
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