Browsing by Subject "Shame"
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THE IMPACT OF NEGATIVE BEHAVIOR EVALUATIONS/GUILT AND NEGATIVE SELF EVALUATIONS/SHAME OF THAI UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN BANGKOK ON THEIR PERSONAL GROWTH INITIATIVE BOTH DIRECTLY AND INDIRECTLY, BEING MEDIATED BY THEIR REPAIR AND WITHDRAWAL TENDENCIES (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2018)
Researchers have claimed that negative evaluation of one’s behavior or oneself after one has made a mistake can have a distinct negative or positive impact. After one has made a mistake, the Negative Behavior Evaluations or Guilt (NBEs/Guilt) emerges when one focuses on one’s action and the Negative Self Evaluations or Shame (NSEs/Shame) emerges when one focuses on one’s self. Correspondingly, the present study investigated the direct and indirect impact of NBEs/Guilt and NSEs/Shame on Personal Growth Initiative (PGI) which is an active, intentional ...
The influence of parental bonding on depression, shame, and anger among Thai Middle School Children, Being Mediated by peer victimization (victim of bullying): a path analytical study (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2015)
Research has identified that victims of school bully often experiencing emotional distress and parental bonding as the factor for children to cope with these feeling better. As an attempt to understand better how does parental bonding impacts on victims' state of emotion, thecurrent study explore the direct and indirect influences of perceived parental bonding (caring and overprotection), being mediated by peer victimization (victim of bullying), on the emotive states of depression, shame, and anger among Thai middle school children. This ...
The relationship between self-compassion and academic procrastination being mediated by Shame and Anxiety (Assumption University Press, 2017)
This study was conducted to investigate the direct and indirect influences of self-compassion on procrastination among Assumption University students in Thailand. The sample consisted of 200 respondents (male: n=74, 37%; female: n=126, 63%) who voluntarily filled in the study’s survey questionnaire consisting of the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI- Form Y) to measure anxiety; the Procrastination Assessment Scale for Students (PASS) to measure the level of academic procrastination; the Self-Compassion Scale (SCS) to measure the level of ...