Judicial empathy

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  2. Jason Marsh, The Unselfish Gene?, 2009, See the web site;
  3. Jason Marsh, Do Mirror Neurons Give Us Empathy?, 2012, See the web site;
  4. Jill Suttie, Do We Need More Empathic Judges?, 2016, See the web site;
  5. Cormack, Warren (2021) “Reassessing the Judicial Empathy Debate: How Empathy Can Distort and Improve Criminal Sentencing,” Mitchell Hamline Law Review: Vol. 47, Iss. 4 , Article 3. Available at: https://open.mitchellhamline.edu/mhlr/vol47/iss4/3, Download the file;
  6. Grignoli N, Petrocchi S, Bernardi S, Massari I, Traber R, Malacrida R and Gabutti L (2021) Influence of Empathy Disposition and Risk Perception on the Psychological Impact of Lockdown During the Coronavirus Disease Pandemic Outbreak. Front. Public Health 8:567337. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2020.567337, Download the file;
  7. Amanda Morin, What is self-awareness?, See the web site;
  8. Kate Kelly, Why Kids Who Learn and Think Differently Need to Stay Motivated, See the web site;
  9. Naomi Jamieson, The Queen’s teary moment at Prince Philip’s memorial left fans heartbroken, 2022, See the web site;
  10. Stina Bergman Blix, Åsa Wettergren, Professional Emotions in Court. A Sociological Perspective, Routledge, 2018, ISBN: 978-1-138-23450-5 (hbk), ISBN: 978-1-315-30675-9 (ebk), Download the file;