from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Empathic.
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- adj. Showing empathy for others, and recognizing their feelings etc; empathic
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- adj. showing empathy or ready comprehension of others' states
The term empathetic appears to be the one commonly used in experimental psychology, social neuroscience, and cognitive science.
DCM Services uses what it calls "empathetic active recovery."
Becoming more empathetic is one of the best ways we can enhance our relationships, reduce our stress level, and feel good about ourselves and our lives in an authentic way.
I hope that all minorities, women, and Americans who are truly interested in empathetic justice for all; see them clearly for who they are.
I think a lot of people know the word empathetic or empathy.
There's no point in trying to save her from the word empathetic by trying to make people understand that it doesn't mean what it sounds like it means.
Or did Jesus weep because, being fully conscious, he was likewise and by definition empathetic, incapable of doing other than “feeling with” Mary and the others who were in pain?
But let me -- let me phrase the question this way -- are you empathetic, which is a popular word nowadays, are you empathetic to what this woman is about to go through?
Sentiments (1759) defines as the empathetic imagination: By the imagination we place ourselves in
Of course, the renowned scientist has been dead for more than 50 years but he was reincarnated this week in the form of a so-called empathetic robot that pushes the boundaries of automation by being able to interact with people using emotional nuances.
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