This volume provides a comprehensive, in-depth review of the current theoretical and empirical literature on shame, guilt, embarrassment, and pride, with a special emphasis on methodological issues. Reflecting the emerging coherence in the study of affect, it brings together contributions from leading researchers and theoreticians from the fields of developmental psychology, clinical psychology, psychiatry, and sociology.
This book will be of interest to professionals in clinical and developmental psychology, psychiatry, social psychology, sociology, and anthropology. It also serves as a text for courses in the psychology of emotion, personality and emotion, and cultural psychology.
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Part I: Introduction. Fischer, Tangney, Self-Conscious Emotions and the Affect Revolution: Framework and Overview. Part II: Frames for the Study of Self-Conscious Emotions. Barrell, A Functionalist Approach to Shame and Guilt. Mascolo, Developmental Transformations in Appraisals for Pride, Shame, and Guilt. Tangney, Shame and Guilt in Interpersonal Relationships. Part III: Development of Self-Conscious Emotions. Zahn-Waxler, Robinson, Empathy and Guilt: Early Origins of Feelings and Responsibility. Ferguson, Stegge, Emotional States and Traits in Children: The Case of Guilt and Shame. Lewis, Embarrassment: The Emotion of Self?Exposure. Griffin, A Cognitive-Developmental Analysis of Pride, Shame, and Embarrassment in Middle Childhood. Stipek, The Development of Pride and Shame in Toddlers. Part IV: Self-Conscious Emotions and Social Behavior. Baumeister, Stillwell, Heatherton, Interpersonal Aspects of Guilt: Two Studies Using Autobiographical Narratives. Lindsay-Hartz, de Rivera, Mascolo, Differentiating Guilt and Shame and their Effects on Motivation. Jones, Kugler, Adams, You Always Hurt the One You Love: Guilt and Transgressions against Relationship Partners. Miller, Embarrassment and Social Behavior. Part V: Self-Conscious Emotions. Tangney, Burggraf, Wagner, Shame-Proneness, Guilt-Proneness, and Psychological Symptoms. Hardner, Shame and Guilt Assessment, and Relationships of Shame- and Guilt-Proneness to Psychopathology. Scheff, Conflict in Family Systems: The Role of Shame. Emde, Oppenheimer, Shame, Guilt, and the Oedipal Drama: Developmental Considerations Concerning Morality and the Referencing of Critical Others. Part VI: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Self-Conscious Emotions. Kitayama, Markus, Matsumoto, Culture Self, and Emotion: A Cultural Perspective on "Self-Conscious" Emotions. Wallbott, Scherer, Cultural Determinants in Experiencing Shame and Guilt. Miyake, Yamazaki, Self-Conscious Emotions, Child Rearing, and Child Psychopathology in Japanese Culture. Index.
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Descrizione libro The Guilford Press, 1995. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110898622646