Predicting depressive symptoms with a new measure of shame: The Experience of Shame Scale.

  title={Predicting depressive symptoms with a new measure of shame: The Experience of Shame Scale.},
  author={Bernice Andrews and Mingyi Qian and John D. Valentine},
  journal={The British journal of clinical psychology},
  volume={41 Pt 1},
OBJECTIVE To investigate whether previous findings from interview studies of a prospective relationship between shame and psychopathology (e.g. Andrews, 1995) could be replicated using questionnaires. DESIGN A total of 163 university students participated in a longitudinal questionnaire study. METHOD The Experience of Shame Scale (ESS), a questionnaire based on a previous interview measure, and an established shame scale (TOSCA), were considered in their relation to depressive symptoms… CONTINUE READING
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