Psychology & Psychiatry

Parent induces guilt, child shows distress

The use of guilt-inducing parenting in daily parent-child interaction causes children distress still evident on the next day, emerges from the study Parents, teachers, and children's learning (LIGHT) carried out by Kaisa ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Research on guilt-prone individuals has implications for workplace

Some people hate to disappoint—and you should definitely get them on your team. It turns out individuals who are highly prone to feel guilty for disappointing their co-workers are among the most ethical and hard-working ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Getting over guilt

(HealthDay)—Do you sometimes feel weighed down by guilt?

Psychology & Psychiatry

After committing a crime, guilt and shame predict re-offense

Within three years of being released from jail, two out of every three inmates in the US wind up behind bars again—a problem that contributes to the highest incarceration rate of any country in the world. New research suggests ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Finding Murray's magic

Research suggests that it is Andy Murray's ability to manage his goals, as well as his skill, determination and motivation that makes him such a successful athlete. Murray dropped out of the French Open after a back injury ...

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