Shame and Guilt
Shame and guilt, while the focus of attention among scholars and clinicians for generations, have only recently been subjected to systematic empirical scrutiny. This volume reports on the growing body of knowledge on these key self-conscious emotions, integrating findings from the authors' original research program with other data emerging from social, clinical, personality, and developmental psychology. Writing in an engaging, accessible style, June Price Tangney and Ronda L. Dearing offer a coherent new scientific perspective on shame and guilt. Compelling evidence is presented to demonstrate that these universally experienced affective phenomena have significant - and surprisingly disparate - implications for many aspects of human functioning, with particular relevance for interpersonal relationships.
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Reports on a fascinating body of research. Many people use "shame" and "guilt" interchangeably but there are important distinctions. Guilt=feeling bad about something you DID. Shame=feeling that YOU ... Читать весь отзыв
What Is So Important about Shame and Guilt?
What Is the Difference between Shame and Guilt?
Assessing Shame and Guilt
Our Intrapersonal Relationship The Self in Shame and Guilt
Moral Emotions and Interpersonal Sensitivity Empathy Enters the Picture
Shamed into Anger? The Special Link between Shame and Interpersonal Hostility
Shame Guilt and Psychopathology
The Bottom Line Moral Emotions and Moral Behavior
Sec Romance and Conflict Shame and Guilt in Intimate Relationships
Implications for Therapists Shame and Guilt on Both Sides of the Couch
Looking Ahead Implications for Parents Teachers and Society
Tables of Findings from Studies of Shame and Guilt
Measures of Shame and Guilt
Shame and Guilt across the Lifespan The Development of Moral Emotions