Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-342) and index.
|LC Classifications||RC455.4.S53 K38 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 353 p. :|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||95052777|
out of 5 stars The Psychology of Shame:Theory and Treatment of Shamed based syndromes by Gershen Kaufman. Reviewed in the United States on August 5, Verified Purchase. This is my new Bible for the study of Shame. A broad review of the entire subject but uniquely allows the reader to dig deeper into the material so as to reach a much Cited by: The first book that I have ever read that shines the light on the negative psychological effects of shame on the human psyche. It delves deeper into the human cognitions and affects and the deleterious consequences of being bound by shame spiral/5. These books covered topics like: Depth psychology. Humanistic psychology. Developmental or ego psychology. Social psychology. Behavioral psychology. Cognitive psychology. Positive psychology. Ego psychology. Transpersonal psychology. Integral theory. In Moral Psychology of Confucian Shame, Bongrae Seok argues that shame is a genuine moral emotion and moral disposition. Engaging with recent studies of social psychology, cultural psychology, biology, and anthropology, Seok explains that shame is a uniquely evolved form of moral emotion that is comparable to, but not identical with, guilt.5/5(1).
My Picks for the 10 Best Psychology Books. So here are my selections for the best books on psychology: Owning Your Own Shadow: Understanding the Dark Side of the Psyche by Robert Johnson. Paperback | Kindle. This page book provides the best explanation of the . Shame and Guilt by Jane Middleton-Moz and Letting Go of Shame by Ronald & Patricia Potter-Effron – Both with an excellent list of the different qualities of shame—what it looks and feels like and some simple exercises for the client.. Soul Without Shame by Byron Brown, of the Ridwan excellent book, severely marred by suggesting using willpower to entirely get rid of shame. Shame Resilience Theory (SRT) is, as the name suggests, a theory concerned with how people respond to feelings of shame. It was first articulated in a paper by Brené Brown. Shame is a universal emotion that can have serious negative consequences if left unchecked, so examining what resilience in the face of shame looks like is an. John Amodeo, PhD, MFT, is the author of the award-winning book, Dancing with Fire: A Mindful Way to Loving other books include The Authentic Heart and Love & has been.
This second edition includes two new chapters in which Dr. Kaufman presents shame as a societal dynamic and shows its impact on culture. He examines the role of shame in shaping the evolving identity of racial, ethnic, and religious minorities, and expands his theory of governing : $ The psychology of guilt and shame explaining the difference and how it appears in therapy. From the book "The Shrink from Planet Zob: Psychiatry for a . To conceptually differentiate the two takes on the topic of shame, the author uses different labels throughout the book: SHAME – the emotion’s toxic and rather insular version and shame (lowercase) – an overarching category of specific emotions that share “a painful awareness of the self” (including embarrassment, guilt and self. Professor in the Counseling Center and Psychology Department at Michigan State University, he is the author of "Shame: The Power of Caring" (). He is the coauthor, with Lev Raphael, of "Dynamics of Power: Fighting Shame and Building Self-Esteem" () and "Coming Out of Shame" ().