Ravens Spread Negative Emotions to Their Friends, Study Finds
“Our findings thus suggest negative emotional contagion in ravens, and in turn advance our understanding of the evolution of empathy.”
The Anatomy of Empathy
Joel Salinas can literally feel his patients' pain. But as scientists are learning, there's more to empathy than just mirroring someone else.
Super Empaths Are Real, Says Study
New research has suggested that 1 to 2 percent of the population struggle to differentiate between their own bodily feelings and other people's.
This Week in Science
The Dark Traits of People Who Use Tinder While In Relationships
Headlines in science you won't want to miss
There are 'Vulnerable Narcissists' Among Us
They tend to be passive aggressive, resentful, and emotionally reactive.
Here’s why people don’t care about humanitarian crises
The struggle for empathy is real.
RIP Koko, the Kitten-Loving Gorilla Who Communicated With Humans
Koko died in Woodside, California, on Tuesday. The beloved primate was 46.
How AI Can Help Us Understand Pain and Suffering
Pixar technical director Alonso Martinez sees AI as a tool for empathy.
Who Feels for the People Who Feel for Everyone Else?
Making sense of empaths in a cruel, narcissistic world.
Now's the Right Time to Learn How to Be More Empathetic
You can teach yourself.
you mad? why are you mad?
Feeling Anxious Makes It Harder to Read Others' Emotions
The way you see the world changes when you're all wound up.
Emotional Sensitivity is an Actual Condition
Well, that hasn't been proven yet but leave me alone.