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Reading Partner’s Emotions Can Be Double-Edged Sword

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When a person can read their partner’s emotions it can strengthen their relationship, according to new research. But the new study also found that when anger or contempt come into play, the quality of the relationship can plummet.

In the new study, psychologists at the University of Rochester in the United States and the University of Toronto in Canada tried to figure out under what circumstances the ability to read another person’s emotions — what psychologists call “empathic accuracy” — is beneficial for a relationship and when it could be harmful.

The study examined whether the accurate perception of a romantic partner’s emotions has any bearing on the quality of a relationship, the researchers explained, as well as a person’s motivation

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