Humiliation: An Understudied Self-Conscious Emotion
Posted on November 19, 2013
The Adolescent Self Portrait Project was launched in the summer of 2010. The overall goal of this project was to study self-development with the aim of better understanding vulnerabilities during adolescence. Research findings on developmental changes and individual differences in number of conflicts in self-attributes identified opposites will be presented. A secondary goal was to explore the self-conscious emotion humiliation. The importance of and future directions for investigating this understudied self-conscious emotion will be discussed.
This Faculty Lunch Talk will be presented by Peony Fhagen-Smith, Associate Professor of Psychology and is scheduled for Thursday, November 21, 2013 at 12:30 pm in PDR. All are welcome.
For the complete schedule of Fall, 2013 Faculty Lunch Talks, click here.