The Atlantic Monthly , Feb 1992 v269 n2 p40 (21) Shame by Robert Karen For reasons rooted in the values of contemporary culture, the concept of shame had until recently all but vanished from discussions of emotional disarray.
Gestalt Rm'ew, 1(3):256-269,1997 The "Recursive LOOP" of Shame: An Alternate Gestalt Therapy Viewpoint ROBERT W. RESNICK, Ph.D. Shame has become the issue "de jour" of psychotherapy-the alleged cause of almost all psychological difficulties.
Motivation and Emotion, Vol. 30, No. 1, March 2006 (C * 2006) DOI: 10.1007/s11031-006-9006-0 The Approachand Avoidance Function of Guilt and Shame Emotions: Comparing Reactions to Self-Caused and Other-Caused Wrongdoing Toni Schmader 2 and Brian Lickel 1 Publishedonline: 25 July 2006 Although ...
Trumping Shame by Blasts of Noise: Narcissism, Self-Esteem, Shame, and Aggression in Young Adolescents
6• THE JUSTICE COALITION'S VICTIMS' ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 2009 SHAME, SHAME, SHAME, SHAME, SHAME SHAME The persons shown below were arrested for the crimes listed.
Psychiatry 64(3) Fall 2001 242 Commentary on"Shame and Community: Social Components in Depression" Shame, Loss of Face, and Other Complexities: Which is Cause, Which is Effect, and How Does it Work?
6• THE JUSTICE COALITION'S VICTIMS' ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 2008 SHAME, SHAME, SHAME, SHAME, SHAME SHAME The persons shown below were arrested in September, 2008, for the crimes listed.
Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy Clin. Psychol. Psychother. 13 , 353-379 (2006) Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com).