Study: Interactions with individuals with disabilities boosts empathy

08/29/2013 | HealthDay News

British researchers have found that children who have more contact with individuals with disabilities have more empathy and less anxiety when interacting with such individuals. Even indirect activities, such as observing others interacting with individuals with disabilities, led to positive attitudes, according to the study presented at the British Psychological Society conference.

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