Genes play a role in empathy, study finds

The level of empathy a person feels towards others is partly influenced by their genes not just upbringing, a UK study has found.

Scientists at the University of Cambridge teamed up with genetics company 23andMe to conduct a genetic study of empathy.

All 46,000 participants completed the Empathy Quotient (EQ)

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