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dc.contributor.authorConroy, D.
dc.contributor.authorRam, N.
dc.contributor.authorPincus, A.
dc.contributor.authorRebar, Amanda
dc.identifier.citationConroy, D. and Ram, N. and Pincus, A. and Rebar, A. 2015. Bursts of Self-Conscious Emotions in the Daily Lives of Emerging Adults. Self and Identity. 14 (3): pp. 290-313.

© 2014 Taylor & Francis. Self-conscious emotions play a role in regulating daily achievement strivings, social behavior, and health, but little is known about the processes underlying their daily manifestation. Emerging adults (n = 182) completed daily diaries for 8 days and multilevel models were estimated to evaluate whether, how much, and why their emotions varied from day to day. Within-person variation in authentic pride was normally distributed across people and days, whereas the other emotions were burst-like and characterized by zero-inflated, negative binomial distributions. Perceiving social interactions as generally communal increased the odds of hubristic pride activation and reduced the odds of guilt activation; daily communal behavior reduced guilt intensity. Results illuminated processes through which meaning about the self in relation to others is constructed during a critical period of development.

dc.titleBursts of Self-Conscious Emotions in the Daily Lives of Emerging Adults
dc.typeJournal Article
dcterms.source.titleSelf and Identity
curtin.departmentSchool of Psychology
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