Similarity versus familiarity: When empathy becomes selfish

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):41-41 (2001)
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Abstract

Preston & de Waal conflate familiarity with similarity in their attempt to account for empathy. If distinguished, we may have at hand two different kinds of empathy: egocentric empathy and empathy proper.

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