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Perspective Taking, Empathic Concern, and Personal Distress: A Preliminary Meta-Analytic Study of Correlates with Self-Esteem and Self-Compassion
Faculty Research
  • Reed M. Mueller, Concordia University - Portland
Document Type
Poster
Publication Date
6-1-2016
Disciplines
Abstract
Given the importance of perspective taking and the associated constructs of empathic concern and personal distress, together with the interest in the varying associations of these constructs with different forms of self-evaluation, a systematic exploration of the correlations of self-esteem and self-compassion with elements of interpersonal reactivity is valuable. In this meta-analysis, I investigate the correlation of these constructs to both self-evaluation frameworks.
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Poster presented at the European Conference on Positive Psychology (June 2016)

Citation Information
Reed M. Mueller. "Perspective Taking, Empathic Concern, and Personal Distress: A Preliminary Meta-Analytic Study of Correlates with Self-Esteem and Self-Compassion" (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/r-mueller/10/