Shame- and guilt-proneness: relationships with anxiety disorder symptoms in a clinical sample.

@article{Fergus2010ShameAG,
  title={Shame- and guilt-proneness: relationships with anxiety disorder symptoms in a clinical sample.},
  author={Thomas A. Fergus and David P Valentiner and Patrick B. McGrath and Simon Jencius},
  journal={Journal of anxiety disorders},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 8},
  pages={811-5}
}
Researchers postulate that both shame and guilt are emotions important to anxiety disorders. Extant data, however, indicate that guilt-proneness shares non-significant relationships with psychopathology symptoms after controlling for shame-proneness. To further investigate the relevance of shame and guilt to the anxiety disorders domain, the current study examined associations between shame- and guilt-proneness and anxiety disorder symptoms using data from patients (N=124) with primary anxiety… CONTINUE READING

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