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Empathy is the ability to experience and understand what others feel without confusion between oneself and others. Knowing what someone else is feeling plays a fundamental role in interpersonal interactions. In this paper, we articulate evidence from social psychology and cognitive neuroscience, and argue that empathy involves both emotion sharing (bottom-up information processing) and executive control to regulate and modulate this experience (top-down information processing), underpinned bydoi:10.1100/tsw.2006.221 pmid:16998603 pmcid:PMC5917291 fatcat:pyslxmkrijea3inmyku6hmprda