Vicarious Shame and Guilt

@inproceedings{Lickel2005VicariousSA,
  title={Vicarious Shame and Guilt},
  author={Brian Lickel},
  year={2005}
}
Participants recalled instances when they felt vicariously ashamed or guilty for another’s wrongdoing and rated their appraisals of the event and resulting motivations. The study tested aspects of social association that uniquely predict vicarious shame and guilt. Results suggest that the experience of vicarious shame and vicarious guilt are distinguishable. Vicarious guilt was predicted by one’s perceived interdependence with the wrongdoer (e.g. high interpersonal interaction), an appraisal of… CONTINUE READING

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