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Title Empathy rules : depression, Schadenfreude, and Freudenfreude research on depression risk factors and treatment / Catherine Chambliss and Amy Hartl, editors.

Publication Info. New York : Nova Science Publisher's, Inc., [2017]

Item Status

Description 1 online resource.
Series Psychology research progress
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter 1; Nice and Mean: How Freudenfreude and Schadenfreude Shape Relationships; Abstract; Introduction; Schadenfreude and Freudenfreude: Why They Are Central to Your Relationship Success; Friendship Matters; So Why Aren't Most Relationships Going Better? What's the Obstacle?; The Internal Tug of War between Empathy and Competitive Striving; The Legacy of Evolution; Mean Matters: Managing Our Schadenfreude-Filled World; What Is Schadenfreude?; But What About When Others Are Successful?; What Is Freudenfreude?; "Don't Rain on My Parade!" Funny Girl
The Role of Freudenfreude and Schadenfreude in Relationship FailureWhen Freudenfreude Goes Missing: Some Examples of Others Raining on Our Parade; Capitalization, Freudenfreude, and Thriving; The Price of too Much Schadenfreude; How Freudenfreude and Schadenfreude Relate to Interpersonal Relationship Success; Upping Freudenfreude and Dampening Schadenfreude Promotes Relational Success; Learning from the Naturals; Marriage Magically Transforms the Balance between Empathy and Competitive Striving; In Tough Times, Are Friends Better Listeners Than Spouses?
When Freudenfreude and Schadenfreude Get in the Way of Relational SuccessLearning from the Frustrated; Are Relationship Factors Central to Depression?; Relational Deficits Associated with Depression; Gender Differences in Interpersonal Relationship Factors; Gender Differences in Relationship Stress Generation and Sociotropy; Gender Differences in Empathy, Freudenfreude, and Schadenfreude; Relational Correlates of Freudenfreude and Schadenfreude; Perspective Taking and Schadenfreude; Competition and Freudenfreude; Conclusion; Chapter 2
Depression Diagnosis and Assessment of Associated Features with the FASTAbstract; Introduction; Depression: A Devastating Illness; Sex and Age Differences; Depression and Suicide; The Downward Spiral of Depression; Diagnosing Depression; Assessing Empathy Deficits Associated with Depression: The Reliability and Validity of the Freudenfreude and Schadenfreude Test (FAST); Test-Retest Reliability of the FAST; Method; Results; Discussion; Predictive Construct Validity of the FAST; Can the FAST Predict Actual Emotional Responses?; Results; Conclusion; Chapter 3
Empathy and Depression: Too Much or Too Little Empathy?Abstract; Introduction; Interpersonal Issues in Depression: The Role of Empathy; Empathy; Mirror Neurons and Empathy; Depression: Too Much or too Little Empathy?; The Ursinus College Depression Project and the Discovery of WOTWOTS (Worries of the World on Their Shoulders); Depression and Empathy Studies; Survivor Guilt within Individualistic Cultures; Too Much or too Little Empathy?; Research on the Relationship between Depression and Empathy; Results; Discussion; Conclusion; Empathy and Wellbeing: A Curvilinear Relationship?; Chapter 4
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Subject Empathy.
Helping others.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Chambliss, Catherine, 1955- editor.
Hartl, Amy, editor.
Other Form: Print version: Empathy rules Hauppauge, New York : Nova Science Publisher's, Inc., [2016] 9781536100006 (DLC) 2016036223
ISBN 9781536100174 (ebook)
9781536100006 (hardcover)