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We may be genetically wired to be empathic

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We may be genetically wired to be empathic
Nov 15, 2011 ... A large part of how we relate to people emotionally may be hardwired into our DNA. A new study suggests that character traits such as being open, caring, and trusting are so strongly linked to a certain gene variation that a total stranger, simply by watching us listen to another person, may be able to guess ...
13 hours ago ... Further people with autism show low scores in cognitive empathy but may scores normally on affective empathy. 46,000 participants who were customers of the United Kingdom company. These participants filled in an online questionnaire and then provided a sample of their saliva for genetic analysis.
Why Kindness is Good for You Scientific evidence has proven that kindness changes the brain, impacts the heart and immune system, and may even be an antidote to depression. We're actually genetically wired to be kind. In this book, ex-scientist David Hamilton shows that kindness has evolved in us and developed in our ...
Definitions vary, contributing to the challenge of defining empathy. Compassion is often defined as an emotion we feel when others are in need, which motivates us to help them. Sympathy is a feeling of care and understanding for someone in need. Some include in sympathy an empathic concern, a feeling of concern for ...
Jan 5, 2015 ... Our capacity to feel empathy for the plight of our fellow human beings is partly genetic – and is governed by some of the same genes that lie behind autism, a new study finds. Researchers have found that around a ..... We may be genetically wired to be empathic finds study | Empathy Magazine | Scoop.
16 hours ago ... According to a new study, the level of empathy we display may not be a result of our experiences and upbringing alone but also genetic. Researchers from Cambridge studied and made this novel discovery that appeared in the latest issue of the journal Translational Psychiatry.
21 hours ago ... But scientists think women may show greater empathy simply because of their upbringing, life experience and social differences. Lead author Varun Warrier, from the University of Cambridge, said: 'We have not yet found any genetic evidence to explain a difference in empathy between men and women.
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