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Empathy : from bench to bedside

著者: Jean Decety
出版商: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2012.
丛书: Social neuroscience series.
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"There are many reasons for scholars to investigate empathy. Empathy plays a crucial role in human social interaction at all stages of life; it is thought to help motivate positive social behavior, inhibit aggression, and provide the affective and motivational bases for moral development; it is a necessary component of psychotherapy and patient-physician interactions. This volume covers a wide range of topics in
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Empathy.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2012
(OCoLC)774392935
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所有的著者/提供者: Jean Decety
ISBN: 9780262016612 0262016613
OCLC号码: 712780919
描述: ix, 324 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
内容: Introduction : why is empathy so important? / Jean Decety --
I. Philosophical and anthropological perspectives on empathy. Empathy without isomorphism: a phenomenological account / Dan Zahavi and Søren Overgaard ; Empathy, evolution, and human nature / Allan Young --
II. The contribution of social psychology. The empathy-altruism hypothesis: issues and implications / C. Daniel Batson ; It's more than skin deep: empathy and helping behavior across social groups / Stephanie Echols and Joshua Correll ; Empathy is not always as personal as you may think: the use of stereotypes in empathic accuracy / Karyn L. Lewis and Sara D. Hodges --
III. Evolutionary roots of empathy. Empathy in primates and other mammals / Frans B.M. de Waal --
IV. The development of empathy. Nature and forms of empathy in the first years of life / Sharee Light and Carolyn Zahn-Waxler ; Social-cognitive contributors to young children's empathic and prosocial behavior / Amrisha Vaish and Felix Warneken ; Relations of empathy-related responding to children's and adolescents' social competence / Nancy Eisenberg, Snjezana Huerta and Alison Edwards --
V. The neuroscience of empathy and caring. How children develop empathy: the contribution of developmental affective neuroscience / Jean Decety and Kalina J. Michalska ; Empathy and compassion: a cognitive neuroscience perspective / Abigail A. Marsh ; The cognitive neuroscience of sharing and understanding others' emotions / Jamil Zaki and Kevin Ochsner --
VI. Empathy in clinical practice. Clinical empathy in medical care / Jodi Halpern ; The costs of empathy among health professionals / Ezequiel Gleichgerrcht and Jean Decety ; The empathic response in clinical practice: antecedents and consequences / Charles R. Figley ; The paradox of teaching empathy in medical education / Johanna Shapiro ; Empathy and neuroscience: a psychoanalytic perspective / David M. Terman.
丛书名: Social neuroscience series.
责任: edited by Jean Decety.
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"There are many reasons for scholars to investigate empathy. Empathy plays a crucial role in human social interaction at all stages of life; it is thought to help motivate positive social behavior, inhibit aggression, and provide the affective and motivational bases for moral development; it is a necessary component of psychotherapy and patient-physician interactions. This volume covers a wide range of topics in empathy theory, research, and applications, helping to integrate perspectives as varied as anthropology and neuroscience. The contributors discuss the evolution of empathy within the mammalian brain and the development of empathy in infants and children; the relationships among empathy, social behavior, compassion, and altruism; the neural underpinnings of empathy; cognitive versus emotional empathy in clinical practice; and the cost of empathy.

Taken together, the contributions significantly broaden the interdisciplinary scope of empathy studies, reporting on current knowledge of the evolutionary, social, developmental, cognitive, and neurobiological aspects of empathy and linking this capacity to human communication, including in clinical practice and medical education."--pub. desc.

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