Empathy across the adult lifespan: Longitudinal and experience-sampling findings.

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This study examined change in self-reported empathy in a four-wave longitudinal study spanning 12 years (1992-2004) and the association between empathy and other measures, including daily reports of relationship experiences. Participants initially ranged in age from 10 years to 87 years. Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations of age with empathy… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0014123

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@article{Grhn2008EmpathyAT, title={Empathy across the adult lifespan: Longitudinal and experience-sampling findings.}, author={Daniel Gr{\"{u}hn and Kristine A Rebucal and Manfred K Diehl and Mark A. Lumley and G Labouvie-vief}, journal={Emotion}, year={2008}, volume={8 6}, pages={753-65} }