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Introducing the GASP scale: a new measure of guilt and shame proneness.
Although scholars agree that moral emotions are critical for deterring unethical and antisocial behavior, there is disagreement about how 2 prototypical moral emotions--guilt and shame--should beExpand
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Beyond the group mind: a quantitative review of the interindividual-intergroup discontinuity effect.
This quantitative review of 130 comparisons of interindividual and intergroup interactions in the context of mixed-motive situations reveals that intergroup interactions are generally moreExpand
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Intergroup discrimination in the minimal group paradigm: categorization, reciprocation, or fear?
H. Tajfel's (1970) minimal group paradigm (MGP) research suggests that social categorization is a sufficient antecedent of ingroup-favoring discrimination. Two experiments examined whetherExpand
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Group Morality and Intergroup Relations: Cross-Cultural and Experimental Evidence
An observational, cross-cultural study and an experimental study assessed behaviors indicative of a moral code that condones, and even values, hostility toward outgroups. The cross-cultural study,Expand
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Toward a more complete understanding of the reciprocity of liking effect
It is proposed that the reciprocation of interpersonal attraction is a multifaceted process involving affective, cognitive, and behavioral elements, and that reciprocation can be interpreted usingExpand
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Shame Proneness and Guilt Proneness: Toward the Further Understanding of Reactions to Public and Private Transgressions
In Study 1, participants completed five extant shame and guilt proneness inventories based on different theoretical conceptions of the difference between shame and guilt. Factor analyses revealedExpand
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Interindividual-intergroup discontinuity reduction through the anticipation of future interaction.
Consistent with the role of a long-term perspective in reducing the tendency of intergroup relations to be more competitive than interindividual relations in the context of noncorrespondent outcomes,Expand
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