Empathy and justice motivation

@article{Hoffman1990EmpathyAJ,
  title={Empathy and justice motivation},
  author={M. Hoffman},
  journal={Motivation and Emotion},
  year={1990},
  volume={14},
  pages={151-172}
}
  • M. Hoffman
  • Published 1990
  • Psychology
  • Motivation and Emotion
Empathic distress is defined as an aversive feeling contingent on another's physical, emotional, or economic distress. The paper (1) summarizes a developmental scheme consisting of four stages of empathic distress; (2) suggests that causal attributions may partly transform empathic distress into sympathy, empathic anger, feeling of injustice, and guilt feeling; (3) notes the evidence that these empathic affects often serve to motivate moral behavior, and therefore that they qualify as moral… Expand
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