A Measure of Emotional Empathy for Adolescents and Adults University of New Hampshire, Main Street, Durham, NH, United States
Posted on September 14, 2017 / 143
Listing Type : Article
Location : USA
Researcher Name : David R. Caruso, John D. Mayer
Institution : University of New Hampshire
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Abstract

A new, multi-dimensional scale of emotional empathy is described. The scale consists of 30 items and was administered to 793 adolescents and adults. A principal components analysis yielded six meaningful factors. Alpha reliabilities for all scale scores were moderate to high, and the scales demonstrate significant relationships to a number of behavioral criteria. The new empathy scale measures emotional aspects of empathy and can be used by researchers interested in a general measure of emotional empathy as well as providing detailed sub-scales.

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