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Huffington Post contributor and psychotherapist

“We ask the children what they see, where the baby is looking, etc. Does the baby seem anxious; what are the expressions that help a child begin locate and read the emotional cues of the baby. The children put the cognitive perspective taking they are learning together with their own feelings, these being the two components of empathy. They experience empathy, which is really taking the perspective of the other person, understanding how that person feels and feeling with them.”

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