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Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences Department of Social Neuroscience Cade McCall, PhD

2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Max Planck Department of Social Neuroscience

2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Max Planck

neuroanatomy

Department

cognitive neuroscience

of Social Neuroscience

social psychology

economics

social neuroscience developmental neuroscience

clinical psychology

health psychology

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cognitive psychology

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Max Planck

brain structure

Department

brain function

of Social Neuroscience

gene expression

cognition

the social mind hormonal dynamics

experience

affect

2012

behavior

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Max Planck

brain structure

Department

brain function

of Social Neuroscience

gene expression

cognition

compassion hormonal dynamics

experience

affect

2012

behavior

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Neural routes for understanding others Affect!

Feeling what others are feeling.

Cognition!

Inferring what others are thinking.

2012

Face perception!

Identity and expression recognition.

Motor Behavior!

Understanding others‘ actions.

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


The relationship between compassion and the affective route to understanding others

2012

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Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Functional Neural Plasticity and Associated Changes in Positive Affect After Compassion Training

Olga Klimecki

Klimecki, Leiberg, Lamm & Singer (2012). Cerebral Cortex. 2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Compassion vs. empathic distress

EMPATHY

compassion empathic concern sympathy

other-related positive good health prosocial behavior

empathic distress

self-related negative poor health withdrawal

Klimecki & Singer (2012). In: Pathological altruism. New York: Oxford University Press. Batson et al. (1983; 2009) Eisenberg et al. (1989) 2012

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Training compassion, empathy, & memory Design

Klimecki, Leiberg, Lamm & Singer (2012). Cerebral Cortex. 2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Socio-affective Video Task (SoVT)

Klimecki et al. (2012). Cerebral Cortex 2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Subjective Affect after Compassion Training

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Klimecki et al. (2012). Cerebral Cortex 2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Changes in brain responses after compassion training Novice

Expert

Klimecki et al. (2012). Cerebral Cortex 2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Empathic brain responses

2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Changes in prosocial behavior: The Zurich Prosocial Game (ZPG)

Leiberg, Klimecki, Singer (2011). PLoS One. 2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


The RE-SOURCE PROJECT Plasticity of the human brain: A longitudinal study about the effect of compassion training

Prof. Tania Singer Department of Social Neuroscience

2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Neural routes for understanding others

Cognition!

Inferring what others are thinking.

2012

Affect!

Feeling what others are feeling.

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


The Three Core Aspects of the ReSource Project Attention: maintaining/monitoring/ redirecting Interoceptive Awareness

Presence

Metacognition Perspective Taking Self Perspective Taking Others

2012

Opening the heart Prosocial Motivation Emotion Regulation

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


The

brain structure

RE-SOURCE

brain function

Project gene expression

cognition

compassion hormonal dynamics

experience

affect

2012

behavior

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


coming soon, a multimedia book….

Compassion: From Theory, to Training, to Neuroscience Chapter  1 Chapter  2 Chapter  3 Chapter  4 Chapter  5 Chapter  6   Chapter  7 Chapter  8 Chapter  9 Chapter  10 Chapter  11 MulCmedia

 Compassion.  Suffering  and  the  Flow  of  Life  by  Paul  Gilbert  How  to  Train  Compassion  –  A  Buddhist  PerspecCve  by  Diego  Hangartner  A  CogniCve-­‐AffecCve  Neuroscience  PerspecCve  on  Compassion  by  Boris  Bornemann,  and  Tania  Singer  Opening  the  Floodgates  to  Compassion  by  Barry  Kerzin  Self-­‐Compassion  by  Kris;n  Neff,  and  Christopher  Germer  Compassion  and  the  Role  of  EmoConal  Balance  by  Jocelyn  Sze,  and  Margaret  Kemeny  Inside  Compassion:  Understanding  and  CulCvaCng  Compassion  in  the  End-­‐of-­‐Life  Care  Field  by  Joan  Halifax  DifferenCaCng  Empathy  from  Compassion:  Lessons  from  1st  and  3rd  Person  Methods  by  Olga  Klimecki;  MaIhieu  Ricard,  and  Tania  Singer  Being  with  Pain-­‐  A  Discussion  of  MeditaCon-­‐Based  Analgesia  by  Joshua  Grant  Research  on  the  Endocrinology  of  Compassion  by  Charles  Raison  The  Shamata  Project:  From  the  Origins  to  Science  by  Clifford  Saron  Video  Collage  from  the  Workshop  by  Thomas  Lopatka

Part  II Experiences  with  Training  Compassion

Chapter  12  CulCvaCng  Compassion  with  Children  by  Brooke  Dodson  Lavelle  &  Geshe  Lobsang Chapter  13  Compassion  as  a  Guide  for  Care  for  the  Dying  by  Joan  Halifax   Chapter  14  The  Role  of  Affect  in  Compassion  Training  by  Erika  Rosenberg,  Emiliana  Simon-­‐Thomas,  &  Margaret  Cullen Chapter  15  The  Fears  of  and  Resistances  to  Compassion  by  Paul  Gilbert   Chapter  16                  Teaching  Compassion  to  Educators  by  Margaret  Cullen Chapter  17  Experiencing  the  Knowable:  How  the  Ethics  of  Kindness  and  Compassion  is  Integral  to  PercepCon  and  Understanding  by  Paul  Grossman MulCmedia  Video  Segment:  Non-­‐Violent  CommunicaCon  by  Regula  Langemann,  and  Suna  Yamaner  

Part  III Training  Programs  of  Compassion   Box  I Box  II Box  III Box  IV Box  V Box  VI Box  VII

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 Being  with  Dying:  Curriculum  for  the  Professional  Training  Program  in  Compassionate  End-­‐of-­‐Life  Care  by  Joan  Halifax  Origins  of  CulCvaCng  EmoConal  Balance  by  Eve  Ekman,  Margaret  Kemeny  and  Paul  Ekman  The  Mindful  Self-­‐Compassion  Training  Program  by  Christopher  Germer,  and  Kris;n  Neff    The  CogniCve-­‐Based  Compassion  Training  by  Brendan  Ozawa-­‐de  Silva,  and  Geshe  Lobsang  The  CCT  Program  by  Jinpa,  and  Leah  Weiss-­‐Ekstrom  PracCcal  Examples  of  MeditaCon  by  Diego  Hangartner  The  ReSource  Program  by  Department  of  Social  Neuroscience

book launch November 9th, Studio Eliason, Berlin Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences


Director Tania Singer

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Boris Bernhardt Veronika Engert Joshua Grant Philipp Kanske Cade McCall Natascha Mendes Jonathan Smallwood Nikolaus Steinbeis Anita Tusche

Matthias Bolz Henrik Grunert Nicole Lorenz Elisabeth Murzik Sylvie Neubert Hannes Niederhausen Lisa Wittenburg Willi Zeidler Christina Zube Sandra Zurborg

PhD Students Haakon Engen Ferdinand Hoffmann Olga Klimecki Florence Ruby Marjan Sharifi Boris Bornemann Lea Hildebrandt

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Max Planck Department of Social Neuroscience

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