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Synonyms for empathic

cognizant of and comprehending the needs, feelings, problems, and views of others

Synonyms for empathic

showing empathy or ready comprehension of others' states


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Create the Vision of what an empathic culture is - What are the problems of our customers that we can solve?
Our approach is very much in line with Iain McGilchrist's (2009) account of the divide between the empathic and epistemically obsessive aspects of our minds.
The results showed that patients with spouses who responded to their expressions of pain with empathic behaviours on a daily basis showed improved physical function 6 and 18 months later relative to patients with less empathic spouses.
Patterns associated with empathic care, for instance, overlapped with systems in the brain associated with value and reward, such as the ventromedial prefrontal cortex and the medial orbitofrontal cortex.
This is a universal response called resonance, and it is a fundamental component of our empathic response to others.
Keywords: caregiver emotion, caregiver fatigue, empathic responses, poststroke caregiving
This descriptive and cross-sectional study aimed to determine the factors that affect the burnout and empathic tendency levels of emergency nurses.
Baskin-Sommers, Krusemark & Ronningstam, 2014), and important discoveries have been made regarding the empathic deficits in those who present themselves as infallible and lack interest in understanding others' perspectives.
We're programmed to feel good about caring for others, adds Dr Boag, but it can be "really difficult to get people to feel empathic towards themselves".
Examining Whether an Intuitive, Versus a Systematic, Mode of Thought Produces Greater Empathic Accuracy appears in the July 18 edition of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
The toolkit will help expand use of an AHRQ-developed communication and resolution process called Communication and Optimal Resolution, or CANDOR, which gives hospitals and health systems the tools to respond immediately when a patient is harmed and to promote candid, empathic communication and timely resolution for patients and caregivers.
Here are some statements from his questionnaire that describe empathic behavior.
results Each unit of measure, or paper, contained between 1 to 14 empathic comments.