Greater ability to empathize may help children identify sarcasm sooner

10/9/2013 | Business Standard (India) · NBC News

Children who expressed more empathy were more likely to detect sarcastic comments earlier than peers with lower levels of empathy, according to a study in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. Recognizing sarcasm is challenging for most children, and the study "provides new insights about development of this complex aspect of emotion recognition," study author Penny Pexman said.

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