Your Brain Can Learn to Empathize with Outside Groups | Psychology Today

Posted: May 12, 2016 in Awesome Living, communication, Networking and Connecting
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Conflicts between people from different nationalities and cultures often stem from a lack of empathy or compassion for strangers in an outside group. This research is promising because it provides proof that empathy for members of other groups can be created simply by having a positive social interaction, which can lead to peaceful coexistence.

Source: Your Brain Can Learn to Empathize with Outside Groups | Psychology Today

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