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Patients tend to not recognize physicians’ emotions

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Research discussed in this Atlantic magazine article shows that when patients need medical care they’re less likely to recognize physicians’ own emotions.

Have the patients lost the knack of reading human emotions because they spend most of their days staring at screens?

The article said that patients want their physicians to have emotions —  as long as those emotions were focused on the patients.




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