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The psychological structure of pride: a tale of two facets.
To provide support for the theoretical distinction between 2 facets of pride, authentic and hubristic (J. L. Tracy & R. W. Robins, 2004a), the authors conducted 7 studies. Studies 1-4 demonstrateExpand
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TARGET ARTICLE: "Putting the Self Into Self-Conscious Emotions: A Theoretical Model"
Self-conscious emotions (e.g., shame, pride) are fundamentally important to a wide range of psychological processes, yet they have received relatively little attention compared to other, more "basic"Expand
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Pride, personality, and the evolutionary foundations of human social status
Based on evolutionary logic, Henrich and Gil-White [Evolution and Human Behavior, 22(3), 165–196] distinguished between two routes to attaining social status in human societies: dominance, based onExpand
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Emerging Insights Into the Nature and Function of Pride
Pride, a “self-conscious” emotion involving complex self-evaluative processes, is a fundamental human emotion. Recent research provides new insights into its nature and function. Like the “basic”Expand
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Two ways to the top: evidence that dominance and prestige are distinct yet viable avenues to social rank and influence.
The pursuit of social rank is a recurrent and pervasive challenge faced by individuals in all human societies. Yet, the precise means through which individuals compete for social standing remainsExpand
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Global self-esteem across the life span.
This study provides a comprehensive picture of age differences in self-esteem from age 9 to 90 years using cross-sectional data collected from 326,641 individuals over the Internet. Self-esteemExpand
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Two Replicable Suppressor Situations in Personality Research
Suppressor situations occur when the simultaneous inclusion of two predictors improves one or both validities. A common allegation is that suppressor effects rarely replicate and have littleExpand
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Show Your Pride
Three experiments provide converging evidence that pride has a distinct, recognizable expression. Experiment 1 showed that judges can agree in identifying a posed expression as showing pride and canExpand
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Personality Correlates of Self-Esteem
The current study examined the relation between self-esteem and the Big Five personality dimensions. Data were collected over the Internet from a large heterogeneous sample of individuals who rangedExpand
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