Enhanced emotional empathy after psychosocial stress in young healthy men

Wolf OT, Schulte JM, Drimalla H, Hamacher-Dang TC, Knoch D, Dziobek I (2015)
Stress 18(6): 631-637.

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Wolf, Oliver T.; Schulte, Judith M.; Drimalla, HannaUniBi; Hamacher-Dang, Tanja C.; Knoch, Daria; Dziobek, Isabel
Abstract / Bemerkung
Empathy is a core prerequisite for human social behavior. Relatively, little is known about how empathy is influenced by social stress and its associated neuroendocrine alterations. The current study was designed to test the impact of acute stress on emotional and cognitive empathy. Healthy male participants were exposed to a psychosocial laboratory stressor (trier social stress test, (TSST)) or a well-matched control condition (Placebo-TSST). Afterwards they participated in an empathy test measuring emotional and cognitive empathy (multifaceted empathy test, (MET)). Stress exposure caused an increase in negative affect, a rise in salivary alpha amylase and a rise in cortisol. Participants exposed to stress reported more emotional empathy in response to pictures displaying both positive and negative emotional social scenes. Cognitive empathy (emotion recognition) in contrast did not differ between the stress and the control group. The current findings provide initial evidence for enhanced emotional empathy after acute psychosocial stress.
Erscheinungsjahr
2015
Zeitschriftentitel
Stress
Band
18
Ausgabe
6
Seite(n)
631-637
ISSN
1025-3890
eISSN
1607-8888
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2961000

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Wolf OT, Schulte JM, Drimalla H, Hamacher-Dang TC, Knoch D, Dziobek I. Enhanced emotional empathy after psychosocial stress in young healthy men. Stress. 2015;18(6):631-637.
Wolf, O. T., Schulte, J. M., Drimalla, H., Hamacher-Dang, T. C., Knoch, D., & Dziobek, I. (2015). Enhanced emotional empathy after psychosocial stress in young healthy men. Stress, 18(6), 631-637. https://doi.org/10.3109/10253890.2015.1078787
Wolf, O. T., Schulte, J. M., Drimalla, H., Hamacher-Dang, T. C., Knoch, D., and Dziobek, I. (2015). Enhanced emotional empathy after psychosocial stress in young healthy men. Stress 18, 631-637.
Wolf, O.T., et al., 2015. Enhanced emotional empathy after psychosocial stress in young healthy men. Stress, 18(6), p 631-637.
O.T. Wolf, et al., “Enhanced emotional empathy after psychosocial stress in young healthy men”, Stress, vol. 18, 2015, pp. 631-637.
Wolf, O.T., Schulte, J.M., Drimalla, H., Hamacher-Dang, T.C., Knoch, D., Dziobek, I.: Enhanced emotional empathy after psychosocial stress in young healthy men. Stress. 18, 631-637 (2015).
Wolf, Oliver T., Schulte, Judith M., Drimalla, Hanna, Hamacher-Dang, Tanja C., Knoch, Daria, and Dziobek, Isabel. “Enhanced emotional empathy after psychosocial stress in young healthy men”. Stress 18.6 (2015): 631-637.

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