The lab grows through the act of learning from others. In order to do so, books will be read, videos will be watched, courses will be taken, and many conversations will be had. Here is where we will start housing the material that helps us continually learn, grow, and support others.

We’ve created a completely separate page called Articles just for internet based content that we find relevant. Let’s see how this works.


All of Empathy Lab’s books are organized and located on Libib. Head over to to see what our shelves look like. Since we own the books, we are more than happy to lend them out to you as long as you give them back within a few weeks.


Come check out our slowly curated TED talk channel. We will try to keep it manageable so that you’re not overwhelmed by all the potential talk about neurobiology and psychology research. We are nerds though, so, enjoy!


Empathy Quiz published by The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkley

Empathy Quotient designed by Simon Baron-Cohen at the Autism Research Center (ARC)

Empathy focused organizations

Culture of Empathy
Our library pales in comparison to the years and years worth of book and research reviews that Ed Rutsch has done on his website, Culture of Empathy. Check out his amazing reviews! Empathy Lab might have some of the books he reviews to lend.

Empathy Lab's little library that could.
Empathy Lab’s little library that could.

More to come!