Empathy Annotated Bibliography

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Hayward, R. (2005). Historical keywords: Empathy. The Lancet, 366(9491), 1071. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/199034076?accountid=12964 Empathy is now seen as a very important role for professionals in the medical community to adopt. It can be used in clinical practices to inspire imaginative understanding in the lives of patients. This article states the “practice of empathy” has become an icon for the growing medical humanities movement in the USA and the UK. Physicians in the United States now are recognizing empathy as one of the accredited “skills” required by the American Council for Graduate Education. 2. De Wied, M., J.T. Branje, S., & Meeus, H. (2006). Empathy and Conflict Resolution in Friendship Relations among Adolescents, 33(1), 48-55. Retrieved September 27, 2015. It is very important for children to obtain a variety of skills to establish and hold onto friendships. This article illustrates a study where empathy’s told in conflict resolution is addressed. The main context in this study involves relations among adolescent same-sex friendships. Much like the questionaries…show more content…
This focus on ways we can ask ourselves to ask questions first, see things in a new perspective and finding a new more appropriate approach. This approach requires closer examination because and focus on us showing priority towards the 'subjective' aspects of conflict management. The main can be a common factor of misperception. Studying international conflicts, a necessary element in our perception is also the way we see the other person’s side. The important factor in determining how reasonable our view will be is empathy. Webster's Dictionary defines Empathy as 'the projection of one's own personality into the personality of another in order to understand him

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