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To improve responding, everyone but especially men should be mindful that their empathy for a male sexual harasser can increase their likelihood of blaming women for being sexually harassed.
Previously, it was thought a lack of empathy with victims explains tendency to victimblame, but the authors said identifying with a male harasser was a more "consistent" indicator.
But showing excessive empathy or carrying everyone else's baggage on your shoulders can have harmful effects (Less empathy is a good thing to deal with stress; KT, July 30).
Mohammadreza Hojat, Ph.D., from the Sidney Kimmel Medical College in Philadelphia, and colleagues developed national norms for assessing osteopathic medical students' empathy scores on the Jefferson Scale of Empathy (JSE).
Teams at Sandwell's libraries are preparing for Empathy Day, set to take place on Tuesday.
In February 2016, the PEC met with patients and staff and discovered a hardworking and stressed staff on a hectic unit that might be exhibiting behaviors that suggested a lack of empathy toward their patients.
To deal with these limitations, Vossen, Piotrowski, and Valkenburg (2015) developed the Adolescent Measure of Empathy and Sympathy (AMES), in which affective and cognitive empathy are balanced, and empathy and sympathy are distinguished by unambiguous items.
But the really good news in "Empathy Deficit Disorder: Healing from Our Mix-ups About Work, Home, and Sex" by Jacqueline Acho and Eva Basilion is that there's a way out.
Phase one begins with developing empathy towards the person(s), organism(s), or environment(s) in need.
And it was at that moment that Johnny Bravo realized that empathy is not something we give to the nameless, faceless people we aim to serve.
Many of our wisest policy-makers, activists, scientists, and philosophers agree that the only problem with empathy is that we don't have enough of it.