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    • Putting together phylogenetic and ontogenetic perspectives on empathy. 

      Decety, J; Svetlova, Margarita Lvovna (Dev Cogn Neurosci, 2012-01)
      The ontogeny of human empathy is better understood with reference to the evolutionary history of the social brain. Empathy has deep evolutionary, biochemical, and neurological underpinnings. Even the most advanced forms ...
    • The dilemma of the wounded healer. 

      Zerubavel, N; Wright, MO (Psychotherapy (Chic), 2012-12)
      The wounded healer is an archetype that suggests that a healer's own wounds can carry curative power for clients. This article reviews past research regarding the construct of the wounded healer. The unique benefits that ...
    • Toddlers' prosocial behavior: from instrumental to empathic to altruistic helping. 

      Brownell, CA; Nichols, SR; Svetlova, Margarita Lvovna (Child Dev, 2010-11)
      The study explored how the meaning of prosocial behavior changes over toddlerhood. Sixty-five 18- and 30-month-olds could help an adult in 3 contexts: instrumental (action based), empathic (emotion based), and altruistic ...
    • Virtually One: Using VR to Increase Empathy in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict 

      Lauder, Eliana (2019-05-03)
      Two cameras were sent to two 23-year-old boys living parallel lives in Tel Aviv, Israel and Ramallah, Palestine. Each of them filmed a full day of their lives from the first-person perspective while narrating their story. ...