Chapter 11: Negative Self-Conscious Emotions

Chapter 11 Learning Objectives

  • Define the Distinct Emotions Perspective of shame, guilt, and embarrassment.
  • What evidence exists for Distinct Emotions Perspective?
  • How do emotion components change with shame, guilt, and embarrassment?
  • Explain the difference between cognitive appraisals of bad self, bad act, and focus on self.
  • Explain the difference between a social conventional violation and moral violation.
  • Define the Single-Emotion Theory of shame, guilt, and embarrassment.
  • How does single-emotion theory view shame, guilt, and embarrassment?
  • Explain the differences between a real flaw and possible flaw.
  • Explain the difference between the core self and presented self.
  • Differentiate between the two types of embarrassment?

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