Research materials for "Factors contributing to the experience of shame and shame management: Adverse childhood experiences, peer acceptance, and attachment styles"

  • Neda Sedighimornani (Creator)
  • Bas Verplanken (Supervisor)
  • Katharine Rimes (King's College London) (Supervisor)



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 available30 Mar 2020
PublisherOpen Science Framework (OSF)
Date of data production3 Jun 2014 - 5 Mar 2015
Geographical coverageUK, USA

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