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These papers and studies are all related to training empathy.
Around 320+ papers  and growing added to this site so far.
The listings with an (asterix symbol)* are Empathy Training Meta Studies.

All papers evaluated in these meta-studies have been added to the list.
  1. (BATT-RAWDEN + 2013)*  (18 Evaluated)    (healthcare) 
  2. (COTTON)*                          (58 Evaluated)     (students pre k-16+) 
  3. (BRUNERO + 2010)*          (17 Evaluated)     (nursing)  
  4. (BUTTERS 2010)*               (24 Evaluated)     (social work)
  5. (DEXTER 2012)*                  (94 Evaluated)     (helping professionals/social workers) 
  6. (KELM + 2014)*                  (64 Evaluated)     (physicians/medical education 
  7. (MING LAM + 2011)*         (29 Evaluated)    (human service/social science disciplines) 
  8. (STEPIEN + 2006)*             (13 Evaluated)     (healthcare) 
  9. (TEDING VAN BERKHOUT + 2016)*  (18 Evaluated)  (general)
  10. (VASSILIOS + 2016)*         (17 Evaluated)      (healthcare) 
  11. (WEISZ 2016)*                   (19 Evaluated)      (students/+general) 



Other Empathy Related Meta-analysis and Meta-studies
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(HOWICK + 2018)*   Effects of empathic and positive communication in healthcare consultations: a systematic review and meta-analysis
(28 Evaluated)  (Healthcare) 

(VAN LANGEN + 2014)
The relation between empathy and offending: A meta-analysis    (38 Evaluated)  (empathy-violence) 

Jolliffe, D., & Farrington, D. P. (2004). Empathy and offending: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 9, 441–476.  (35 Evaluated)  

Miller, P. A., & Eisenberg, N. (1988). The relation of empathy to aggressive and externalizing/ antisocial behavior. Psychological Bulletin, 103, 324–344.

Miller and Eisenberg (1988) meta-analysis empathy and antisocial behavior,
Bonfils   2016   Affective empathy in schizophrenia: a meta-analysis.

Sara H. Konrath  Changes in Dispositional Empathy in American College Students Over Time: A Meta-Analysis

Jacob B. Nienhuis  
2013 A META-ANALYTIC REVIEW OF THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THETHERAPEUTIC ALLIANCE, EMPATHY, AND GENUINENESS IN INDIVIDUALADULT PSYCHOTHERAPY  (38 Evaluated) 

Helen Riess, MDThe Influence of the Patient-Clinician Relationship on Healthcare Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials (13 trials Evaluated) 
 
(Baker + 1990)* (3 programs evaluated)
Baker, S., Daniels, T., & Greeley, A. (1990). Systematic training of graduate-level counselors: Narrative and meta-analytic reviews of three major programs. The Counseling Psychologist, 18(3), 355-421. 
http://tcp.sagepub.com/content/18/3/355.abstract 
Mention in  (BUTTERS 2010)*

(Baker + 1989)*
Baker, S., & Daniels, T. (1989). Integrating research on the micro counseling program: A meta-analysis. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 36(2), 213-222. http://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ403490 
Mention in  (BUTTERS 2010)*

(Hill + 2006)* included 14 studies and 526 participants,
"The study found that multi-method interventions were more effective than single methods, and that modeling empathy was the most effective training method."   (BUTTERS 2010)*
Mention in  (BUTTERS 2010)*
Hill, Clara E.; Lent, Robert W.Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, Vol 43(2), 2006, 154-172. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0033-3204.43.2.154
 
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