Your Turn: Check Your Emotional Empathy
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The Greater Good Science Center
2425 Atherton St. #6070
Berkeley, CA 94720-6070
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“Facial expressions are a universal language of emotion, instantly conveying happiness, sadness, anger, fear, and much more. Reading these expressions is essential to Compassion and Empathy. Take this short quiz to measure your emotional intelligence. Try to identify the emotion conveyed in each of the 20 photos. Each answer will pinpoint the exact muscles involved in that emotion and explain the subtle differences between expressions, drawing on pioneering research by psychologists Paul Ekman and Dacher Keltner. Some emotions appear more than once."
Check out this link and see if you can identify correctly the emotions of the faces being shown to you.
#2 Here’s another quiz based on Empathy:
“The following quiz draws from three scientifically validated scales that researchers have created to measure Empathy: the Toronto Empathy Questionnaire, developed by Nathan Spreng and his colleagues; the Interpersonal Reactivity Index, developed by Mark Davis; and the Emotion Specific Empathy Questionnaire, developed by Sally Olderbak and her colleagues.
The quiz contains a total of 28 questions. Please answer them as honestly as possible--there are no right or wrong answers. The first 22 will be used to measure your level of Empathy; the last six will be used by our research team to understand how Empathy relates to factors like gender, birth order, and political orientation.
When you're done, you'll receive your Empathy score, along with feedback interpreting this score and tips for strengthening your Empathy skills.”
Find the quiz here.