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Title:  Two approaches to teaching accurate empathy to undergraduates: Teacher-intensive and self-directed.
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Publication: Journal of College Student Development, 32, 69-75. 
Authors:   
  • Kremer, J. F., 
  • Dietzen, L. L.
Date:   (1991)
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Kremer, J. F., and Dietzen, L. L. "Two Approaches to Teaching Accurate Empathy to Undergraduates: Teacher-Intensive and Self-Directed." JOURNAL OF COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOPMENT 32 (1991): 69- 75.

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  • Reviewed in  Meta-study (DEXTER 2012)*
  • Reviewed in Meta-study (BUTTERS 2010)*
  • Reviewed in Meta-study (COTTON)*  
  • Compares the "appropriate empathy" ratings of students receiving training in empathy with the ratings of controls; also compared self-directed training using programmed materials with teacher-directed training. Experimentals outperformed controls on both immediate and long-term assessments; training methods were equally effective. (COTTON)*

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