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Introduction. This chapter describes and augments the perception-action model (PAM) of empa- thy, first detailed in Preston and de Waal (b). Empathy. No information is available for this page. Preston, S.D. and De Waal, F.B. Empathy Its Ultimate and Proximate Bases. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25,
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Its ultimate and proximate bases. There are emotional, cognitive, and conditioning views, applying in varying degrees across species.
Stephanie D. Preston & Frans B. M. de Waal, Empathy: Its ultimate and proximate bases - PhilPapers
We use an interdisciplinary approach along ultimate and proximate levels for a unified theory grounded in the fact that individuals are behaviorally, physiologically and neurologically linked. These forms of Keyphrases.
The Perception-Action Model, together with an understanding of how representations change with experience, can explain the major empirical effects in the literature. It can also predict a variety of empathy disorders.
Having rats as a valid model for the study of altruism opens the door to study facets of this behavior that otherwise would not be able to be studied. Because of the important contribution of altruism to social interactions, better understanding of preston de waal 2002 behavior will hopefully aid in positively influencing social societies such as those lived in by humans and other primates.