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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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.
A Person wishes to:
A Person feels:
It causes :
An emotional state, experienced upon having a socially or professionally unaccepted act or condition, witnessed by or revealed to others.
desire to disappear
A painful emotion caused by a strong sense of guilt, embarrassment, unworthiness, or disgrace.
Situations of :
moral values break
internal negative feeling
confusion of mind
desire do hide, disappear
sense of heat
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.
struggle between ego and superego
harmful /inappropriate behaviour toward others
violating universal moral principles
failing to cope with a situation
strong negative feeling
desire to die
involves public humiliation
act is known/revealed to others
morally neutral, but socially unacceptable
violation of internal values
self is not a central object
painful feeling of regret and responsibility for one`s actions