Distinctions among various modes of empathy-related reactions: A matter of importance in humans

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):33-34 (2001)
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Preston & de Waal minimized differences among constructs such as empathy, sympathy, and personal distress. However, such distinctions have been shown to relate differently to altruistic behavior. Moreover, although the authors discussed the role of regulation in empathy, they did not consider the possibility that sometimes empathy is not well-regulated and likely leads to personal distress rather than sympathy
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