Interpersonal guilt: the development of a new measure.

  title={Interpersonal guilt: the development of a new measure.},
  author={L. O'Connor and J. Berry and J. Weiss and M. Bush and Henry T. Sampson},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  volume={53 1},
  • L. O'Connor, J. Berry, +2 authors Henry T. Sampson
  • Published 1997
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical psychology
  • We describe the development of a new measure to assess guilt related to concern about harming others. The two versions of the Interpersonal Guilt Questionnaire, a 45-item and 67-item version, include theoretically-based and clinically relevant categories of guilt: survivor guilt, separation/disloyalty guilt, omnipotent responsibility guilt, and self-hate guilt. Preliminary reliability and validity studies for both versions are presented, based on clinical and nonclinical samples of subjects… CONTINUE READING

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