Empathy Without Boundaries

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People with Alzheimer’s disease or mild cognitive impairment may be more susceptible to emotional cues from those around them.

Loula Koteas‘s insight:

Babies have an innate ability to catch and mirror the emotions of those around them as do other primates. Furthermore, people with Alzheimer’s seem to have a heightened sense of empathy.

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