Mental health nurses' imagination, power, and empathy: A descriptive study using Rogerian nursing science
Maureen B. Doyle, APRN, PhD, CARN, NPP, C
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The researcher developed a perspective on empathy derived from Rogers' (1970, 1994) Science of Unitary Human Beings. Building on Barrett's (1983) Rogerian theory of power as knowing participation in change, the researcher proposed that empathy and power would change relative to each other and relative to the creative manifestation of human imagination. Using a descriptive correlational design, three hypotheses predicting that empathy, power, and imagination would each be related positively to one another were tested.
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