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Sam Richards: A radical experiment in empathy | Talk Video - 0 views

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    By leading the Americans in his audience step by step through the thought process, sociologist Sam Richards sets an extraordinary challenge: can they understand - not approve of, but understand - the motivations of an Iraqi insurgent? And by extension, can anyone truly understand and empathize with another?
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Kinder children are more popular - 0 views

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    Performing deliberate acts of kindness makes pre-teen children more popular with their peers, say scientists.
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Roots of Empathy - 0 views

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    Roots of Empathy's mission is to build caring, peaceful, and civil societies through the development of empathy in children and adults
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A new model of empathy: The rat - The Washington Post - 0 views

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    A study by Science/AAAS shows that rats preferred freeing caged rats rather than eating food placed in the cage, suggesting that the rats show empathy, a trait only previously known to primates.
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Yawning Not Contagious for Children with Autism - Scientific American - 0 views

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    The result could be due to the inattention to facial cues, not reduced empathy, among people with autism
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Why antisocial youth are less able to see perspective of others -- ScienceDaily - 0 views

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    Adolescents with antisocial personality disorder inflict serious physical and psychological harm on both themselves and others. However, little is yet known about the underlying neural processes. Researchers have pinpointed a possible explanation: Their brain regions responsible for social information processing and impulse control are less developed
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