Maintaining a focus on the social goals underlying self-conscious emotions

Psychological Inquiry 15 (2):139-144 (2004)

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Keywords *Emotions  *Self Concept  *Self Perception  *Social Behavior  *Interpersonal Relationships  Self Esteem  Self Regulation  Shame
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