Previous research has firmly established that some individuals experience shame more frequently than others. This set of research materials includes questionnaires from a study that employed a cross-sectional design to explore factors that are related to the experience of shame. In this study, 240 participants completed self-reported assessments of parental care and expectations, maternal attitudes towards negative emotions, peer acceptance during childhood, attachment styles, and shame management.
|Date made available||30 Mar 2020|
|Publisher||Open Science Framework (OSF)|
|Date of data production||3 Jun 2014 - 5 Mar 2015|
|Geographical coverage||UK, USA|