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The Role Empathy May Play in Music

The Role Empathy May Play in Music | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
People who are more accurate at reading another person's emotions are better able to understand what a musician is trying to convey through their compositions. Additionally, those with higher empathetic accuracy are better able to feel the emotions conveyed through music.

 

"Tabak and his colleagues wanted to test their theory about empathy and music. For the purposes of this study, they measured the ability to correctly understand others’ thoughts and feelings (empathic accuracy) and the extent to which one feels the emotions that another feels (affect sharing).

'We thought it would be interesting to study whether people who more accurately understand others’ thoughts and feelings might also be more accurate in understanding what musicians are intending to convey through music,' Tabak said. 'Similarly, we wanted to know whether people who tend to feel the emotions that others are experiencing also tend to feel the emotions conveyed through music.'
 

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Empathic People Are Better at Understanding Emotion in Music  

Empathic People Are Better at Understanding Emotion in Music   | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

“Empathy is most often thought of in the context of social interactions, but there are many other forms of social communication, including music,” Tabak said. “Music can convey meaning and emotion and also elicit emotional responses, but the mechanisms responsible for its emotional power are poorly understood.”

Tabak and his colleagues wanted to test their theory about empathy and music. For the purposes of this study, they measured the ability to correctly understand others’ thoughts and feelings (empathic accuracy) and the extent to which one feels the emotions that another feels (affect sharing).

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 Biden needs to show his empathy again 

The president's compassion is his political superpower, and his infrastructure tour shows he can still use it.

 

Empathy has always been Biden’s political superpower — one we have not seen displayed enough as he has been trapped in the Oval Office negotiating for votes to get his domestic agenda over the finish line.

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How Empathy Transforms Content - YouTube

One of the biggest mistakes any photographer or videographer can make is to treat their client relationships as purely transactional. This excellent video discusses why empathy is one of the most important qualities any creative can possess and how it can improve both your work and your business relationships.

Coming to you from Daniel DeArco, this thought-provoking video examines the concept of empathy and how we can apply it both in our approach to clients and in our own work. I think it is important to remember that when a client comes to a photographer, they are not just looking for images; rather, they are looking for a representation of something they are invested in either emotionally or financially (or both), and as such, your photos or videos are an extension of them in some way. Treating the relationship purely as an exchange of goods or services can leave the client feeling insecure, as if you are not as invested in the importance of the final product as they are. And of course, it might not be your own wedding or business that you're capturing with the images you create, but showing you understand on a deep, personal level the importance of your photos and videos can go a long way in building stronger, more successful customer relationships. Check out the video abov

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Empathizing with Art, Difference and Carryover, and Enactive Imagination

Empathizing with Art, Difference and Carryover, and Enactive Imagination | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

Dominic Lopes in “An Empathic Eye” raises two problems for the cultivation of empathy with art.

 

The first problem is the difference problem, according to which we need to make sense of how empathizing with art is different from empathizing face-to-face with people.

 

The second problem is the carryover problem, according to which we need to make sense of how empathizing with art doesn’t just cultivate skills for engaging with art, but in addition how it carries over to empathizing face-to-face with people.

 

He suggests that both problems need to be solved together. Turn up the difference between empathizing with art and people, and it becomes difficult to make sense of how the skill could carry over. 

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Art as a Trojan Horse  

Art as a Trojan Horse   | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
Art can help people to see their differences in the context of our common human experiences.

 

Empathy involves imagining others’ perspectives (cognitive) and feeling care and compassion for them (emotional). When people are asked to envision what the world looks like to someone else, this ignites their compassion, and as a result, inspires altruistic behavior

  •  (1). In some ways, empathy is a form of love that bridges our individual selves to other people. Unfortunately, people tend to naturally apply their empathy toward those who seem similar to them  
  • (2), and people in power have difficulty empathizing
  •  (3). These are two big barriers to empathy when it comes to issues of historical injustice, which are intimately linked with perceived group differences and power inequality.

 

 

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Empathic Investigation Workshops – The Empathic Investigation

Empathic Investigation Workshops – The Empathic Investigation | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

Storytelling is the way to unlock empathy in any situation. We will teach you how.

Understand the science behind verbal and nonverbal communication to conduct more effective workplace investigations.

The Empathic Investigation means taking an authentic, mindful approach to

Participants will learn the empathic approach to planning, executing, documenting and finalizing work related investigations.

We will advance your understanding of the entire anatomy of an empathic workplace investigation.

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Embodying Empathy- Dance-Movement Therapy after Unthinkable Trauma

Embodying Empathy- Dance-Movement Therapy after Unthinkable Trauma
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I am interested in non-violent communication and how the arts facilitate empathy. 
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Build Character Empathy in Your First Few Pages  

Build Character Empathy in Your First Few Pages   | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
I’ve also discussed this question with others, and I’m finding that failure to connect with the character is a common reason why people stop reading. As a writer, this is good to know. I definitely want my audience to be invested in the hero. To make that happen, empathy is key.

Empathy draws readers in and keeps them engaged. In today’s market, with its growing availability of affordable books, it’s imperative that we hook readers from the very start. To achieve this end, here are some elements that can help you create reader empathy early on.
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Figure Drawing Class Evokes Empathy | Arts | The Harvard Crimson

Figure Drawing Class Evokes Empathy | Arts | The Harvard Crimson | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

By KAYLEE S. KIM, CRIMSON STAFF WRITER April 27, 2018

Hired by the Office for the Arts at Harvard, Siebel teaches this weekly class in Currier Treehouse, which is open to all Harvard students. With multiple degrees in printmaking and years of artistic teaching experience at several universities, Siebel is now in her third year teaching “Figure Drawing,” a class that has run for over 30 years. Welcoming students with varying degrees of drawing experience, she emphasizes the empathy evoked by figure drawing, particularly through studying the nude model.

 

Siebel believes that the students have more power because they are clothed, as opposed to the model. She often has her students pose with the model, one at a time, to understand the feeling of being in front of others and the vulnerability that comes with it. “I want them to bring that energy into their own drawing,” Seibel says 

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(Empathy in The Arts) 'Empathy' artists offer chance to consider reality of other people

(Empathy in The Arts) 'Empathy' artists offer chance to consider reality of other people | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
How can a painter or photographer convey a person’s essence without the capacity to imagine that person’s experience? If you assume they can’t, an art exhibition about empathy might sound beside the point.

Except when you stop to think how easy it has become to capture, manipulate, distribute and consume images without stopping to think about them at all. Increasingly, a staggering volume of visual information at our disposal threatens to numb us more than move us. In which case a refresher course on empathy is probably a good idea.

“Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition” exhibits works by 12 artists, most from the Midwest, who have been chosen for the feelings they evoke about fellow humans and the natural world. Many come from or live in the communities they depict.
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Dacher Keltner: The Art of Emotions/Emotions in Art: From the Pixar Film to the Empathetic Museum 


In this talk I will chart the journey that the science of emotion has led me on in collaborations on Pixar's film Inside/Out, Emoji at Facebook, and building emotion into museums on our on line life.

 

This talk coincides with the Science at Cal weekend, including the Vision + LIght exhibition (Oct 27 & 28), and the 2017 World Conference of Science Journalists taking place in the Bay Area and Berkeley (Oct 26-30).

 

Biography Dacher Keltner is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, as well as Co-Director of the Greater Good Science Center. He is the co-author of two textbooks, as well as the best-selling Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life, and The Compassionate Instinct. He has published over 190 scientific articles, received numerous national prizes and grants for his research, and has written for multiple publications, including The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. In addition, he was a scientific consultant on Pixar’s film, Inside Out.

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The Role Empathy May Play in Music

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People who are more accurate at reading another person's emotions are better able to understand what a musician is trying to convey through their compositions. Additionally, those with higher empathetic accuracy are better able to feel the emotions conveyed through music.

 

"Tabak and his colleagues wanted to test their theory about empathy and music. For the purposes of this study, they measured the ability to correctly understand others’ thoughts and feelings (empathic accuracy) and the extent to which one feels the emotions that another feels (affect sharing).

'We thought it would be interesting to study whether people who more accurately understand others’ thoughts and feelings might also be more accurate in understanding what musicians are intending to convey through music,' Tabak said. 'Similarly, we wanted to know whether people who tend to feel the emotions that others are experiencing also tend to feel the emotions conveyed through music.'
 

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Research shows the role empathy may play in music

Research shows the role empathy may play in music | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
"Empathy is most often thought of in the context of social interactions, but there are many other forms of social communication, including music," Tabak said. "Music can convey meaning and emotion and also elicit emotional responses, but the mechanisms responsible for its emotional power are poorly understood."

Tabak and his colleagues wanted to test their theory about empathy and music. For the purposes of this study, they measured the ability to correctly understand others' thoughts and feelings (empathic accuracy) and the extent to which one feels the emotions that another feels (affect sharing).
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Why relationship-building skills will 'better prepare young people for the future' - Emotional intelligence and empathy

Why relationship-building skills will 'better prepare young people for the future' - Emotional intelligence and empathy | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

Schools that embrace the development of relationship-building skills or, 'Relationship-centered' schools as they are called, will best prepare young people for future success, says Frank Rumboll, Executive Head at Curro Rivonia.

Relationship building skills are the combination of soft skills to help individuals connect with others and form positive relationships, at home, in school and in the workplace. These skills are imperative for learning to contribute to a team and for building an understanding between yourself and others.

 

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Empathie | by Larry Claude

Empathie | by Larry Claude | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

#EmpathyCircles: The best #Empathy building practice.  http://www.EmpathyCircle.com

 #EmpathyTraining:  https://j.mp/ECCOURSE

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5 Ways How Music Increases Empathy In Listeners

5 Ways How Music Increases Empathy In Listeners | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
A world without music is as good as a soul devoid of emotions. Here are 5 ways how music increases empathy in listeners.

Recent research has provided evidence that musical interaction can promote empathy. Yet little is known about the underlying interpersonal and social psychological processes that are involved when this occurs.

Music has been with us since the dawn of human civilization. Many consider it a cosmic blessing, while to others, it is their best friend. To composers, it is an art. Whatever it is, music always brings out the best in us. It helps us to express ourselves to the fullest.

But did you know, there’s a direct relation between music and empathy?
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Helping doctors connect with patients through art  

Helping doctors connect with patients through art   | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

New app encourages medical professionals to look at fine art and examine questions of empathy and observation

Multiple recent studies have shown that there is decreased empathy and increased burnout among medical students and residents nationwide, as medicine has become increasingly focused on technological advances.

 And young learners are often asked to work long shifts and shuttle between numerous patients, making it a challenge to develop in-depth relationships. Several other studies have shown that art can be an effective tool to both foster empathy and improve observation skills, which have been linked with improved patient outcomes.

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7 Ways for Kids to Learn Empathy Through Acting

7 Ways for Kids to Learn Empathy Through Acting | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
How? Think about it this way. Each time your children “play pretend,” they have to imagine how another person would think and feel, and then act accordingly. Like striking the confident pose of a superhero, or forgetting how to walk and talk like a baby, or adopting an oh-so-fancy accent and extended pinky finger to have tea with the queen. Although acting may just seem like a fun game to your kids, it’s also giving them amazing practice at understanding people and developing empathy.
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 Ginger Porcella: Art Builds Empathy 

In our surreal world full of war, famine and disease, and increasingly blurred lines between fact and fiction, we need art to build empathy.

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Kirk Whalum on the Essence of Soul at the Aspen Ideas Festival

Kirk Whalum on the Essence of Soul at the Aspen Ideas Festival | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

But it’s clear that soul musicians feel they are tapping into something ineffable yet very real. When the a cappella group Take 6 joined Whalum and moderator Adam Gopnik on stage, they talked about how their sound has defied music-industry attempts to pigeonhole them.

 

Formed as a gospel barbershop group, Take 6 were first signed to a country label. Over the years, they’ve navigated the line between contemporary and traditional, and gospel and Christian music (distinctions that are more about race than anything else). They said they even lost one awards-show gig because they were deemed too “jazzy.”

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Psychodramatic Methods in Family Therapy

Psychodramatic Methods in Family Therapy | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it

Interpersonal understanding is another way of describing empathy, operationally defined as one person tuning in to what it’s like to be in the situation of another person. This includes some consideration of the uniqueness of that other person, the likelihood of different tastes, temperament, background. Empathy can be taught through the psycho-dramatic technique of role reversal,

 

of having one person take the role of the other. In that role, the person is interviewed, coached, and drawn out until he or she begins to experience a complex of imaginal associa¬tions. In order to be successful, role reversal requires that the individ¬ual’s feelings be engaged, not just his or her intellect.


... In family therapy, it becomes a playful challenge for, say, a child to watch his father take the boy’s role and be interviewed by the therapist as the boy. Intermittently, the therapist pauses, asks the real boy for corrections, and coaches the father. The goal is to encourage empathy, not to humiliate the person attempting the task, so the therapist should use this technique with tact (Remer 1986).

Another benefit of having people attempt to take each others’ roles in family therapy is that it promotes trust. It’s intuitively obvious that when one person attempts to feel into the situation of the other, the act of empathizing reduces barriers of insensitivity

 

Charles E. Schaefer & Lois J. Carey (Eds.),
Family Play Therapy. (October, 1994) Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.

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Searching for the Roots of Empathy in Rituals of Care

Searching for the Roots of Empathy in Rituals of Care | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
In Kerry Tribe’s video we see both actors playing patients and medical students acting as though they were doctors, but the aim is for something real: empathy.
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(Empathy in the Arts) Lock in Empathy Exhibition at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design

(Empathy in the Arts) Lock in Empathy Exhibition at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
Adjunct faculty member Gudrun Lock will be showcasing her work in Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition, which asks viewers to do something that seems rather difficult lately: feel empathy.

Lock will also be speaking in the Empathy Through the Visual Arts artist's discussion. Along with two other artists in the exhibition, Lock will discuss the concept of empathy and its manifestation in the visual arts.

Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition
On view through March 10
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design
Opening Reception: Friday, January 19, 5:00 p.m.

Empathy Through the Visual Arts: An Artist's Discussion
Thursday, February 1, 6:00 p.m.
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design
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Empathy, gender, identity and art at MIAD

Empathy, gender, identity and art at MIAD | Empathy in the Arts | Scoop.it
On exhibit
Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition continues through March 10 in MIAD’s Frederick Layton Gallery, 273 E. Erie St., River Level, Milwaukee. The exhibit is free to see. 
 
On Feb. 1 at 6 p.m., “Empathy Through the Visual Arts: An Artist’s Discussion” brings together three artists — Lois Bielefeld, Tina Blondell and Gudrun Lock — along with curator John Schuerman and moderator Leslie Fedorchuk to discuss the concept of empathy and its manifestation in the visual arts. Reception to follow.

On Feb. 15 at 7 p.m., “Empathy, Connections and Borders: An Evening of Poetry and Storytelling,” is a night of visual and oral storytelling by artists and writers from Milwaukee and Minneapolis. They’ll explore empathy, creating human connections and crossing borders.
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