Cross-cultural invariances in the architecture of shame

@article{Sznycer2018CrossculturalII,
  title={Cross-cultural invariances in the architecture of shame},
  author={Daniel Sznycer and D. Xygalatas and Elizabeth R. Agey and Sarah Alami and Xiao-Fen An and K. I. Ananyeva and Q. Atkinson and B. Broitman and Thomas J. Conte and Carola Flores and S. Fukushima and Hidefumi Hitokoto and A. Kharitonov and C. N. Onyishi and Ike E. Onyishi and P. Romero and J. Schrock and J. J. Snodgrass and Lawrence S Sugiyama and Kosuke Takemura and Cathryn Townsend and Jin-Ying Zhuang and C. A. Aktipis and L. Cronk and L. Cosmides and J. Tooby},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={115},
  pages={9702 - 9707}
}
Significance This set of experiments shows that in 15 traditional small-scale societies there is an extraordinarily close correspondence between (i) the intensity of shame felt if one exhibited specific acts or traits and (ii) the magnitude of devaluation expressed in response to those acts or traits by local audiences, and even foreign audiences. Three important and widely acknowledged sources of cultural variation between communities—geographic proximity, linguistic similarity, and religious… Expand
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