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Abstract: A selective review of various conceptual positions within a historic framework is used to address four issues: whether an empathic response is an understanding or sharing of affect; whether an empathic response is a response to an object, another’s affect, and/or circumstance; which mechanisms explain empathy, and is self-other differentiation required by various definitions. This discussion is related to an examination of representative, predictive and situational measures. Comments are made regarding the rel… Show more

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“…emotional exhaustion) and listen to another's description of his/her emotional experience, remember similar experiences and feelings, and through this re-experiencing generate a similar emotional response (i.e. depersonalization and reduced personal accomplishment; Deutsch & Madle, 1975). This discussion suggests then that subordinate susceptibility to emotional contagion will influence emotional convergence such that subordinates high on susceptibility will experience elevated levels of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment as transferred by their supervisor.…”
Section: Susceptibility To Emotional Contagionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…emotional exhaustion) and listen to another's description of his/her emotional experience, remember similar experiences and feelings, and through this re-experiencing generate a similar emotional response (i.e. depersonalization and reduced personal accomplishment; Deutsch & Madle, 1975). This discussion suggests then that subordinate susceptibility to emotional contagion will influence emotional convergence such that subordinates high on susceptibility will experience elevated levels of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment as transferred by their supervisor.…”
Section: Susceptibility To Emotional Contagionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Etymologia słowa "empatia" sięga do greckiego określenia empatheia, oznaczającego być w kontakcie z uczuciami, namiętnościami lub cierpieniem jakiejś osoby 5 . Zainteresowanie empatią, na gruncie filozofii czy później psychologii, nie słabnie od XIX w. 6 .…”
Section: Empatia (Ujęcie Definicyjne) a Przywództwounclassified
“…The English word 'empathy' comes from the German Einfühlung, which literally means 'feeling into' [32] . Empathy stands for a non-declarative trait that has been defined in many ways, most of which can be related to two basic capacities: 1) cognitive role taking and imitation [33] . Affective role taking ("to empathize means to feel the same emotion as another" [34] ); 2) concerns about someone else's feelings ("experiencing an affective response congruent with the other's well being" [34] ).…”
Section: Empathymentioning
confidence: 99%