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"Dissecting the empathic brain: An interview with Christian Keysers"
Dissecting the empathic brain: An interview with Christian Keysers from Roman Krznaric's Outrospection blog.
Yup. Sensory empathy. Re: therapeutic relationship, I think manual therapists need this. Big time. It's probably the main factor that lets us get rid of the stupid (operator mentality) training wheels after awhile.
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