empathically


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empathically

[ˌempəˈθetɪkəlɪ] ADVcon comprensión, con empatía
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In the case of my son, the Ombudsman had argued empathically against the doctrine.
3,5) Consistent with this, clinicians have less sympathetic attitudes and behave less empathically toward patients with BPD.
Revilla does not admit the amount allegedly received by Cambe, and empathically denies that whatever that amount may be, that Cambe received it in his behalf,' the motion read.
We're designed to respond empathically to each other, and for our self-interest to be balanced by protection of the greater good.
First, we argue that what made our species unique in the earliest stages of our evolution was not the language capacity, but an empathically normative capacity for thinking non-perceptually or abstractly--a form of thinking that is fundamentally related to human spiritual and moral capacities.
The newest technology companies are even using artificial intelligence to communicate more empathically with patients.
Finally, the section on health communication strategies emphasized the need for professionals to engage empathically with individuals of all shapes and sizes.
There is special emphasis on rethinking traditional behavior management approaches and instead responding empathically to childrenAEs behavior.
We found that osteoarthritis patients whose spouses were more empathically responsive in daily interactions fared better in terms of their physical function than patients whose spouses were less responsive," said lead author Stephanie J.
8] Professionalism is the foundation of the social contract with patients, and society expects professionals to behave empathically and professionally.
Brown calls empathy a "courageous choice" because to relate empathically to another person, like a camper or fellow staff member, you have to locate something in yourself that evokes similar feelings (even if your feelings come from a very different experience).
On the positive side, it could support the ability of friends to empathically support one another, actors to be authentic in their roles, law enforcement individuals to understand the criminals they seek.