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Alternative TitleThe influence of shame on deceptive behavior: The role of self-control
范伟1; 任梦梦1; 肖俊泽1; 简增郸1; 杜晓明1; 傅小兰2,3
First Author范伟
Contribution Rank2
Other AbstractShame, as a typical moral emotion, has an influence on individual behavior that is both complex and controversial. Previous studies have found that shame produces both an unpleasant experience and a moral emotion that encourages individuals to produce positive behaviors. In recent years, Hooge's research has proceeded from the perspective of motivation. He believes that, no matter how shame makes individuals perform, their motivation is to restore and protect the damaged self. Therefore, based on Hooge's theory, this research will examine this typical immoral behavior as an example to discuss the impact of shame upon it and its ways. In this study, students from a university were randomly selected as participants, and the number of each experiment's participants was arranged according to the experimental requirements. Questionnaires and behavioral experiments were used throughout the experiment, and the experimental procedures were completed in accordance with the regulations of each experiment. The requirements for each experiment were different and the procedures for conducting the experiment were different. The statistical methods of the study were also based on the requirements of each experiment. Experiment 1 examines whether shame has an effect on deceptive behavior. Its results show that the number and tendency of deception in the shamed group were significantly lower than in the control group. To more fully explore the impact of shame on deceptive behavior in different contexts, Experiment 2 improved upon the deficiencies of Experiment 1 and divided shame situations into two types: moral anomie and lack of ability. It was found that the number of deceptions in the moral anomie shamed group was significantly lower than that in the control group, and the number of deceptions in the lack of ability shamed group was significantly higher than that in the control group. To examine the specific methods and mechanisms of shame in affecting deception, we propose that shamed individuals increase their self-control resources and, thus, reduce the theory of fraud. Experiment 3a examined the impact of shame on self-control resources and found that the self-control resources of the shamed group were significantly higher than those of the control group. Experiment 3b explored the specific mechanisms of shame affecting deceptive behavior. It was found that self-control resources played a complete mediating role in the process of shame in affecting deception. In summary, these findings suggest that shame can deter deception under certain conditions. The condition is that shame is caused by moral disorder rather than lack of ability; the mechanism of shame in affecting behavior may be: Individuals who feel shame will restore and protect the damaged moral self by mobilizing more self-control resources to influence behavior.
Keyword羞耻情绪 自我控制资源 欺骗行为 影响机制 中介作用
Other Keywordsshame;self-control resources;deception;influence mechanism;mediating role
Source Publication心理学报
Indexed ByCSCD ; CSSCI ; 中文核心期刊要目总览
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国家重点研发计划课题(2017YFC0822501);; 中国国家自然科学基金国际(地区)合作与交流项目(NSFC61621136008/DFG TRR-169);; 国家自然科学基金面上项目(31671134);; 湖南省社会科学基金(18YBQ095);; 湖南省自然科学基金(2018JJ3341,2018JJ2254);; 湖南省教育厅科学研究重点项目(17C1013)

Gender男 ; 女
Age Group青年(18岁-29岁)
Number of Participants实验1:53 ,实验2:92 ,实验3a:82 ,实验3b:124
Country or Region中国
Tests and Measures羞耻情绪测量量表;道德同一性问卷;诚信评价问卷;损耗任务操作检验测量;道德失范羞耻情绪诱发测量;坚持性任务测量
Dependent variables决策反应时;欺骗行为;任务时长;坚持时长
InstrumentE-prime 2.0
Statistical ToolsSPSS 19.0
Statistical Method回归分析;重复测量方差分析;独立样本 t 检验
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范伟,任梦梦,肖俊泽,等. 羞耻情绪对欺骗行为的影响:自我控制的作用[J]. 心理学报,2019,51(09):992-1006.
APA 范伟,任梦梦,肖俊泽,简增郸,杜晓明,&傅小兰.(2019).羞耻情绪对欺骗行为的影响:自我控制的作用.心理学报,51(09),992-1006.
MLA 范伟,et al."羞耻情绪对欺骗行为的影响:自我控制的作用".心理学报 51.09(2019):992-1006.
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