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Title:  Meditation increases compassionate responses to suffering. 
DOI or Website Link: 
 doi:10.1177/0956797613485603   
Publication: Psychological Science, 24(10), 2125–2127. 
Authors:  
  • Condon, P., 
  • Desbordes, G., 
  • Miller, W. B., 
  • DeSteno, D.  
Date:   2013
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Citation: 
Condon, P., Desbordes, G., Miller, W. B., & DeSteno, D. (2013). Meditation increases compassionate responses to suffering. Psychological Science, 24(10), 2125–2127. doi:10.1177/0956797613485603 

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Mentioned in  
(WEISZ 2016)*


Abstract:   


Topic Area: (In which field / sector / perspective was this study conducted?)


Definition(How was empathy defined?)


Benefits(Were any benefits of empathy mentioned?)


Criticisms  (Were any criticisms, negative effects or risks of empathy mentioned?)


Methods(What were the methods used to train empathy?)
  •  Experiential
  • Attended meditation  classes led by Tibetan Buddhist lama for 8 weeks


Target Group:  (Who participated in this study / training?)
  • Adults

Measurements(About the assessment: How was the change in empathy measured before/after the intervention/method?) 


Result: (What was the result?)
  • Increased rates of helping a suffering individual  (WEISZ 2016)*

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