June Tangney
June Tangney
University Professor and Professor of Psychology, George Mason University
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High self-control predicts good adjustment, less pathology, better grades, and interpersonal success
JP Tangney, ROYF BAUMEISTER, AL Boone
Journal of Personality 72, 181-220, 2004
5190*2004
Shame and guilt
JP Tangney, RL Dearing
Guilford Press, 2003
31792003
Moral emotions and moral behavior
JP Tangney, J Stuewig, DJ Mashek
Annu. Rev. Psychol. 58, 345-372, 2007
23442007
Are shame, guilt, and embarrassment distinct emotions?
JP Tangney, RS Miller, L Flicker
Journal of personality and social psychology 70 (1), 1256-1269, 1996
16771996
Shamed into anger? The relation of shame and guilt to anger and self-reported aggression.
JP Tangney, P Wagner, C Fletcher, R Gramzow
Journal of personality and social psychology 62 (4), 669, 1992
11021992
Moral affect: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
JP Tangney
Journal of personality and social psychology 61 (4), 598, 1991
10921991
Handbook Of Self and identity
M Leary, J Tangney
The Guilford Press, 2003
10712003
Proneness to shame, proneness to guilt, and psychopathology.
JP Tangney, P Wagner, R Gramzow
Journal of abnormal psychology 101 (3), 469, 1992
10291992
The test of self-conscious affect
JP Tangney
George Mason Univ., 1989
8741989
Self-conscious emotions: The psychology of shame, guilt, embarrassment, and pride.
JP Tangney, KW Fischer
The idea for this volume grew out of 2 pivotal conferences. The 1st …, 1995
8371995
Assessing individual differences in proneness to shame and guilt: Development of the Self-Conscious Affect and Attribution Inventory.
JP Tangney
Journal of personality and social psychology 59 (1), 102, 1990
8201990
Relation of shame and guilt to constructive versus destructive responses to anger across the lifespan.
JP Tangney, PE Wagner, D Hill-Barlow, DE Marschall, R Gramzow
Journal of personality and social psychology 70 (4), 797, 1996
8051996
Shame and guilt in interpersonal relationships.
JP Tangney
Guilford Press, 1995
7721995
" If only I weren't" versus" If only I hadn't": Distinguishing shame and guilt in conterfactual thinking.
PM Niedenthal, JP Tangney, I Gavanski
Journal of personality and social psychology 67 (4), 585, 1994
6671994
Recent advances in the empirical study of shame and guilt
JP Tangney
American Behavioral Scientist 38 (8), 1132-1145, 1995
5411995
The self‐conscious emotions: Shame, guilt, embarrassment and pride
JP Tangney
Handbook of cognition and emotion, 541-568, 1999
5271999
Conceptual and methodological issues in the assessment of shame and guilt
JP Tangney
Behaviour research and therapy 34 (9), 741-754, 1996
5261996
Humility: Theoretical perspectives, empirical findings and directions for future research
JP Tangney
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 19 (1), 70-82, 2000
5202000
The self-conscious emotions: Theory and research
JL Tracy, RW Robins, JP Tangney
Guilford Press, 2007
4922007
The self as an organizing construct in the behavioral and social sciences
MR Leary, JP Tangney
Handbook of self and identity 15, 3-14, 2003
4792003
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