Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips

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“Being able to recognize—if not always fully understand—another person’s mind-set or perspective is about more than having civil conversations. Empathy is also key to learning, child rearing, and participating in a human community, both online and off.”
Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips, The Future of Feeling: Building Empathy in a Tech-Obsessed World

“Studies show that teaching traits like kindness, compassion, and empathy, in an explicit and intentional way at a young age, can make a difference. A 2011 meta-analysis of social-emotional learning, which many US curricula have embraced in recent decades, suggested that it led to higher graduation rates and safer sex, even eighteen years later.”
Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips, The Future of Feeling: Building Empathy in a Tech-Obsessed World

“Those who could only hear the teasing got the lowest (best) scores, suggesting that there was something about voice—the way it’s expressed or the way we process it—that triggers empathy in a way that seeing facial expressions (a more typical measure of empathic accuracy) doesn’t. In other experiments, the researchers found that people who had a conversation in a dark room were better at guessing each other’s mental state, and people who listened to others talk in a dark room were better at it than those who could see the people they were listening to.”
Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips, The Future of Feeling: Building Empathy in a Tech-Obsessed World

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