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The origins of empathic concern

Author
ZAHN-WAXLER, C; RADKE-YARROW, M
National inst. mental health, lab. developmental psychology, Bethesda MD 20892, United States
Source

Motivation and emotion. 1990, Vol 14, Num 2, pp 107-130, 24 p ; ref : 4 p

CODEN
MOEMDJ
ISSN
0146-7239
Scientific domain
Psychophysiology; Psychology, psychopathology, psychiatry
Publisher
Springer, Heidelberg
Publication country
Germany
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Affect affectivité Article synthèse Cognition Comportement social Développement Emotion émotivité Empathie Enfant Interaction sociale Relation parent enfant Représentation mentale Homme
Keyword (en)
Affect affectivity Review Cognition Social behavior Development Emotionality Empathy Child Social interaction Parent child relation Mental representation Human
Keyword (es)
Afecto afectividad Artículo síntesis Cognición Conducta social Desarrollo Emoción emotividad Empatía Niño Interacción social Relación pariente niño Representación mental Hombre
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A26 Psychology. Psychophysiology / 002A26J Developmental psychology / 002A26J03 Child development

Francis
770 Psychology. Psychoanalysis. Psychiatry / 770-B Psychology. Psychophysiology

Discipline
Psychology. Ethology
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
FRANCIS ; PASCAL
INIST identifier
19729534

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