listen to the pronunciation of empathy
Englisch - Türkisch
bir başkasının duygularını anlayabilme
(Tıp) Bir kimsenin kendisini başka birisi ile veya bu kimsenin davranıları ile yakın olarak görmesi
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) eşduyum
başka bir insanın/şeyin özelliklerini kendinde bulma
özünü bir diğer insanla özdeşleştirme
i., ruhb. bir başkasının duygularını anlayabilme, duygu sezgisi
bir başkasının duygularını anlayabilme,empati
{i} başkasının duygularını anlama
{i} empati

Hiçbir şey empatiden daha önemli değildir. - Nothing is more important than empathy.

Küçük çocuklar hayvanlarla empati kurmayı öğrenmelidirler. - Young children ought to learn empathy for animals.

duygu sezgisi
develop empathy
empati kurmak
Englisch - Englisch
the intellectual identification of the thoughts, feelings, or state of another person
capacity to understand another person's point of view or the result of such understanding
capacity to understand another persons point of view or the result of such understanding
The act of trying to understand what it would be like to be in someone else's position
An act of imaginatively stepping into another person's perspective and considering how things look from over there, as if one were an insider while one is not one in fact Success in empathetic understanding would be a matter of having (temporarily, in an act of imagination) entered the perspective of the other person sufficiently well to be able to re-present it credibly to others, especially and above all in a way that is recognizable and credible to those persons who themselves occupy that perspective
Experiencing feelings, thoughts, and attitudes of another
The feeling or capacity for awareness, understanding and sensitivity one experiences when hearing or reading of some event or activity of another, thus imagining the same sensation as that of those actually experiencing it
the power of projecting one's personality into (and so fully comprehending) the object of contemplation Also Einfülung, is a path towards the inland, an emotional contagion based on a process of identification (Weigert, 1962), the comprehension of what the other feels (M Scheler), a non-verbal communion among people (Fromm-Reichmann, 1950), a vicarian introspection (Kohut, 1977) According to Winnicot (1965) the empathic ability develops in the pre-verbal relationship between the child and whoever takes care of him
{i} entering into the feelings of another, sympathy, vicarious emotion, understanding
feeling with another Reacting to the experiences of another as though they were one's own
a psychological and aesthetic designation of the attitudes, reactions, and feelings that we experience when we identify with another person or object
A projection of one's own personality into the personality of another in order to understand him better
the understanding of another person’s feelings
The ability to identify and understand another person’s feelings, ideas, and circumstances
The ability to attune one's moods and feelings to a wide range of emotional signals, so they can be felt and appreciated without a word being spoken It enables people to get on well with each other
being able to identify with another person's feelings, motives, and situations; being able to put oneself in another's place
Empathy is the ability to share another person's feelings and emotions as if they were your own. Having begun my life in a children's home I have great empathy with the little ones. the ability to understand other people's feelings and problems sympathy empathy with/for (empatheia, from pathos ). Ability to imagine oneself in another's place and understand the other's feelings, desires, ideas, and actions. The empathic actor or singer is one who genuinely feels the part he or she is performing. The spectator of a work of art or the reader of a piece of literature may similarly become involved in what he or she observes or contemplates. The use of empathy was an important part of the psychological counseling technique developed by Carl R. Rogers
The ability to understand and be sensitive towards another person's situation, struggles, or feelings
understanding another person's feelings by remembering or imagining being in a similar situation
is the capacity to accurately perceive and respond to another person's thoughts and feelings It is an active process in which you try to learn all you can about another person rather than having only a superficial awareness We all have an innate capacity for empathy
If a poem creates empathy, the reader identifies with the person or object in the poem (the reader seems to share its physical sensations)
Appreciation of another's problems and feelings without experiencing the same emotional reaction To be distinguished from sympathy, which is usually nonobjective and noncritical
Audience members' identification with dramatic characters and their consequent shared feelings with the plights and fortunes of those characters Empathy is one of the principal effects of good drama
The ability to experience sympathetically the emotions of another; the emotional penetration of another person, frequently used in connection with the creator of a work of art
understanding and entering into another's feelings
An understanding of events, beliefs, values and attitudes from the perspective of others
The action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another of either the past or present without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated in an objectively explicit manner; also : the capacity for this
Rarely used in modern parapsychology, the popular usage of this term refers to a low-level form of telepathy wherein the empath appears to be aware of the emotional state of a distant person An empath may also refer tp someone thought able to 'broadcast' their emotions to others (cf DMILS, ESP and see also the Psi / DMILS section on the KPU webpage)
How well do service providers adapt and customize what they offer to meet customer needs Perhaps it's the dentist who lets you schedule your check-ups early in the morning so you can still get to work on time or the maid service that cleans your house according to your preferences
n Identification with and understanding of another's situation, feelings and motives
empathy fatigue
Emotional detachment brought about by prolonged emotional exposure

No matter how well you prepare, people will succumb to empathy fatigue. Your first duty is to learn to recognize it before it has disastrous impact.

in a sympathetic manner; "she listened to him sympathetically"
In an empathic manner
showed empathy
sympathized, showed understanding