- the humane quality of understanding the suffering of others and wanting to do something about it (同)pity
- a deep awareness of and sympathy for anothers suffering (同)compassionateness
- a relation of affinity or harmony between people; whatever affects one correspondingly affects the other; "the two of them were in close sympathy"
- sharing the feelings of others (especially feelings of sorrow or anguish) (同)fellow feeling
- an inclination to support or be loyal to or to agree with an opinion; "his sympathies were always with the underdog"; "I knew I could count on his understanding" (同)understanding
- feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others; "caring friends"
- understanding and entering into anothers feelings
- lacking compassion or feeling for others; "nor silver-shedding tears could penetrate her uncompassionate sire"- Shakespeare
- (military) leave granted in an emergency such as family sickness or death
- 〈U〉『共感』,思いやり / 〈U〉《時に複数形で》(…に対する)『同情』,哀れみ《+for(with)+名》 / 〈U〉《時に複数形で》(…に対する)弔慰,お見舞《+for+名》 / 〈U〉《時に複数形で》(…に対する)『共鳴』,賛成,好意《+with+名(wh-節)》
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- Aging is associated with changes in the neural circuits underlying empathy.
- Chen YC1, Chen CC2, Decety J3, Cheng Y4.Author information 1Institute of Neuroscience and Brain Research Center, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan.2Institute of Neuroscience and Brain Research Center, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan; Department of Neurology, Cathay General Hospital, Hsinchu, Taiwan.3Department of Psychology and Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA.4Institute of Neuroscience and Brain Research Center, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan; Department of Rehabilitation, National Yang-Ming University Hospital, Yilan, Taiwan. Electronic address: firstname.lastname@example.org.AbstractAlthough the neurodevelopment of empathy from childhood to adolescence has been documented, no study has yet examined it across a life span aging perspective. Sixty-five healthy participants from 3 age groups (young, middle-aged, old) underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging while presented with visual stimuli depicting body parts being injured, either accidentally by oneself or intentionally by another, thus isolating pain and agency as 2 variables of interest. Older adults reported less dispositional emotional empathy as assessed by the interpersonal reactivity index, and their unpleasantness ratings were more sensitive to intentional harm. The response in anterior insula and anterior mid-cingulate cortex to others' pain, indicative of emotional empathy, showed an age-related decline, whereas the response in medial prefrontal cortex and posterior superior temporal sulcus to perceived agency did not change with age. Dynamic causal modeling demonstrated that their effective connectivity remained stable. The pattern of hemodynamic response was not related to regional gray matter volume loss. These findings suggest that the neural response associated with emotional empathy lessened with age, whereas the response to perceived agency is preserved.
- Neurobiology of aging.Neurobiol Aging.2014 Apr;35(4):827-36. doi: 10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2013.10.080. Epub 2013 Oct 18.
- Although the neurodevelopment of empathy from childhood to adolescence has been documented, no study has yet examined it across a life span aging perspective. Sixty-five healthy participants from 3 age groups (young, middle-aged, old) underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging while presented w
- PMID 24211010
- Developing a Compassionate Mind to Enhance Trauma-Focused CBT with an Adolescent Female: A Case Study.
- Bowyer L1, Wallis J2, Lee D3.Author information 1National and Specialist CAMHS, OCD and Related Disorders Service, London, UK.2Reading Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, Berkshire, UK.3University College London, and Berkshire Traumatic Stress Service, UK.AbstractBackground: Shame and disgust are often associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following interpersonal traumas such as sexual assault. It has been suggested that individuals with high levels of shame might do less well in standard cognitive behavioural (CBT) interventions. Aims: To see whether applying compassion-focused therapy and developing a compassionate mind can enhance trauma-focused CBT in an adolescent with high levels of shame and disgust the way it has been shown to within the adult population. Method: This single case study describes how trauma-focused CBT was enhanced by compassionate mind training. It details work using this approach with an adolescent female experiencing shame and disgust-based flashbacks. Treatment was provided for 20 sessions over 8 months. Symptoms of PTSD, depression and self-criticism, as well as the ability to self-soothe/reassure, were measured at assessment/start of treatment, mid- and end of treatment. Results: Clinically significant reductions in PTSD, depressive, shame and self-attacking symptoms were found between assessment and completion of treatment. Clinically significant increases in self-reassurance were also reported. Following treatment, symptoms of PTSD and depression were sub-clinical. Conclusion: This case study suggests that developing a compassionate mind alongside trauma-focused CBT may be beneficial to adolescents experiencing shame and disgust with consideration for the young person's level of development and personal circumstances.
- Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy.Behav Cogn Psychother.2014 Mar;42(2):248-54. doi: 10.1017/S1352465813000362. Epub 2013 May 17.
- Background: Shame and disgust are often associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following interpersonal traumas such as sexual assault. It has been suggested that individuals with high levels of shame might do less well in standard cognitive behavioural (CBT) interventions. Aims: To see
- PMID 23680009
- Enhancing social cognition by training children in emotion understanding: A primary school study.
- Ornaghi V1, Brockmeier J2, Grazzani I3.Author information 1Department of Human Sciences, University of Milano-Bicocca, 20126 Milan, Italy. Electronic address: email@example.comDepartment of Psychology, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2, Canada.3Department of Human Sciences, University of Milano-Bicocca, 20126 Milan, Italy.AbstractWe investigated whether training school-age children in emotion understanding had a significant effect on their social cognition. Participants were 110 children (mean age=7years 3months) assigned to training and control conditions. Over a 2-month intervention program, after the reading of illustrated scenarios based on emotional scripts, the training group was engaged in conversations on emotion understanding, whereas the control group was simply asked to produce a drawing about the story. The training group outperformed the control group on emotion comprehension, theory of mind, and empathy, and the positive training outcomes for emotion understanding remained stable over 6months. Implications of the findings are discussed.
- Journal of experimental child psychology.J Exp Child Psychol.2014 Mar;119:26-39. doi: 10.1016/j.jecp.2013.10.005. Epub 2013 Nov 23.
- We investigated whether training school-age children in emotion understanding had a significant effect on their social cognition. Participants were 110 children (mean age=7years 3months) assigned to training and control conditions. Over a 2-month intervention program, after the reading of illustrate
- PMID 24280639
- Healing the healer: one step at a time.
- Gershon JC.Author information Bronson Healthcare Group.AbstractHealth care workers have the most challenging of professions. They are expected to work long hours while demonstrating compassion and care for the patients that they serve. Although health care practitioners are among the most disciplined of working professionals, they are often some of the unhealthiest of individuals, facing enormous amounts of stress in their lives. Healing the Healer: One Step at a Time is a 6-week health fitness program. It explores the unique challenges faced in the field of health care and teaches techniques to address those challenges head on. Healing the Healer uses Nordic walking as the exercise portion of the class. The case study examines the structure, purpose, and design of this 6-week course. Special attention is given to four basic sections: balance, pacing, joy, and discipline. The arguments presented in this article are theory based and supported by case study evidence.
- Journal of holistic nursing : official journal of the American Holistic Nurses' Association.J Holist Nurs.2014 Mar;32(1):6-13. doi: 10.1177/0898010113495976. Epub 2013 Jul 17.
- Health care workers have the most challenging of professions. They are expected to work long hours while demonstrating compassion and care for the patients that they serve. Although health care practitioners are among the most disciplined of working professionals, they are often some of the unhealth
- PMID 24476909
- 森 一郎(1962-)
- 東京女子大学紀要論集 64(2), 1-25, 20140313-00-00
- … According to Arendt, Dostoyevski contrasts the mute compassion of Jesus with the eloquent pity of the Inquisitor. … Compassion, to be stricken with the suffering of someone else as though it were contagious, and pity, to be sorry without being touched in the flesh, are not only not the same, they may not even be related. … While compassion never appears on the public scene, pity can succeed in entering the market-place. …
- NAID 120005524891
- ケアと共感疲労 : 東日本大震災での救援体験をめぐる2人の看護師の語りから (特集 看護を語る 看護を創る)
- 児童養護施設の援助者支援における共感満足・疲労に関する研究 : CSFの高低による子どもとの関わり方の特徴から
- 趙 正祐
- 社会福祉学 55(1), 76-88, 2014-05-31
- 本研究の目的は,児童養護施設における被虐待児の増加の現状を踏まえ,共感満足/疲労という概念を取り入れて援助者の共感満足/疲労が子どもとの関わり方にどう影響するかを明らかにし,援助者支援のあり方について提言することである.調査は自記式質問紙で児童養護施設の職員を対象に14ヵ所の職員266人中,149人の回答を得て分析に用いた.その結果,「満足L疲労H」群は,子どもへの否定的関わりの可能性が示されて「 …
- NAID 110009863301
- compassionとは。意味や和訳。[名][U]（他人への）思いやり，深い同情((on, for ...))in [with] compassion同情してout of compassion哀れに思ってhave compassion for a person人に深く同情するWe took compassion on the orphan.孤児に ...
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- attendance、care、caregiving、compassion、empathy、nursing、nursing care
- compassionately, compassionateness