Giving birth to empathy: the effects of similar experience on empathic accuracy, empathic concern, and perceived empathy.

@article{Hodges2010GivingBT,
  title={Giving birth to empathy: the effects of similar experience on empathic accuracy, empathic concern, and perceived empathy.},
  author={Sara D. Hodges and Kristi J. Kiel and Adam D. I. Kramer and Darya Veach and B. Renee Villanueva},
  journal={Personality & social psychology bulletin},
  year={2010},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={398-409}
}
This study examined how having had a similar experience to a target person's experience affected three facets of empathy: empathic concern, empathic accuracy, and perceived empathy. Women who had never been mothers, who were pregnant with their first child, or who had just given birth to their first child (20 in each group) served as perceivers, watching videotapes of new-mother targets (N = 20) and providing measures of emotional and cognitive empathy. When perceivers had experienced the same… CONTINUE READING

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