Effects of self-esteem and need for approval on affective and cognitive reactions: Defensive and true self-esteem

@inproceedings{Lobel1994EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of self-esteem and need for approval on affective and cognitive reactions: Defensive and true self-esteem},
  author={Thalma E. Lobel and Amina Teiber},
  year={1994}
}
Abstract The study compared the affective and cognitive reactions of three different personality groups after experiencing failure and success: individuals with high self-esteem and high need for approval (nApp)—defensive high self-esteem; individuals with high self-esteem and low nApp—true high self-esteem; and individuals with low self-esteem. One hundred and thirty eight subjects completed the Marlowe-Crowne Social Desirability Scale, and two scales of the Self-Rating Scale, self-regard and… CONTINUE READING

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