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Self-conscious emotions. Embarrassment Shame Guilt. What are they and how do they appear. More complicated. Have no clear elicitors. Require sense of a self and a set of standards. Require a certain level of intellectual development.

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Embarrassment

  • Shame
  • Guilt
what are they and how do they appear
What are they and how do they appear

More complicated.

Have no clear elicitors.

Require sense of a self and a set of standards.

Require a certain level of intellectual development.

Depend on the development of number of cognitive skills.

Depend on the person`s own experience, expectations and beliefs.

Appear in failing to meet the standards, rules, goals or expectations of a society or a group.

what is the feeling
What is the feeling

A Person wishes to:

hide

disappear

die

A Person feels:

disappointment

confusion

sadness

It causes :

emotional change

body reactions

difficult recovery

what is it
What is it ?

An emotional state, experienced upon having a socially or professionally unaccepted act or condition, witnessed by or revealed to others.

what causes it
What causes it?

unwanted attention

personal actions

being rejected

being exposed

symptoms
Symptoms

blushing

sweating

nervousness

nervous laughter

desire to disappear

what is it1
What is it ?

A painful emotion caused by a strong sense of guilt, embarrassment, unworthiness, or disgrace.

what causes it1
What causes it ?

Situations of :

embarrassment

dishonor

disgrace

inadequacy

humiliation

moral values break

unacceptable actions

symptoms1
Symptoms

internal negative feeling

blushing

confusion of mind

lowered head

desire do hide, disappear

sense of heat

what is it2
What is it ?

A cognitive or emotional experience that occurs when a person realises or believes that they have violated a moral standard and bear sole responsibility for that.

what causes it2
What causes it ?

struggle between ego and superego

harmful /inappropriate behaviour toward others

violating universal moral principles

failing to cope with a situation

symptoms2
Symptoms

strong negative feeling

emptiness

uselessness

crying/sadness

internal anger

depression

desire to die

shame vs embarrassment
Shame vs. Embarrassment

Shame

Embarrassment

involves public humiliation

act is known/revealed to others

morally neutral, but socially unacceptable

  • does not necessary involve public humiliation
  • act is known only to the self
  • is a response to something that is morally wrong
shame vs guilt
Shame vs. Guilt

Shame

Guilt

violation of internal values

self is not a central object

painful feeling of regret and responsibility for one`s actions

  • violation of cultural or social values
  • directly about the self
  • a painful feeling about oneself as a person