A Puzzle about Empathy

Emotion Review 3 (3):378-280 (2011)
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Is empathy important for moral behavior? To answer this we will have to be conceptually clearer, empirically more detailed, and pay attention to the neural mechanisms underlying empathy-related phenomena.
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