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Chinese Cultural Development for Education Concept

August 14th, 2017

Solutions for increased emotional empathy helps to change the behavior of observers to help or help others. He believes this is because the natural reaction of cognitive observer, “What if that happened to me” thinking. Here it is reported empathy shows that even with good intentions can be selfish in motivation. Cialdini et al (1987) find an alternative that people may feel saddened by the suffering of others and in turn change their mood for more altruistic attitude. Batson et el (1981) demonstrated empathy is a sincere desire to reduce the suffering of others than your own. Batson tested this by allowing the observer to switch places with the victim who received an electric shock. He found that the pressure is reduced by the observer taking the place of victims. And feelings of others through observation of their actions, behaviors and situations. For example see someone fall off the bike causing the observer to imagine the pain of a person or a grimace of discomfort. As if we fall off the bike, instead. But we can not fully understand or feel insults the person or pain at the time but certainly can try to imagine the feelings and thoughts of others. In empathic counseling is an important component of therapeutic armory. Without this capability counselor will not be effective in trying to understand the situation. » Read more: Chinese Cultural Development for Education Concept