Nicolay Gausel
Nicolay Gausel
Professor of Social Psychology, Østfold University College
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Concern for self‐image and social image in the management of moral failure: Rethinking shame
N Gausel, CW Leach
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (4), 468-478, 2011
Beyond the ‘east–west’dichotomy: Global variation in cultural models of selfhood.
VL Vignoles, E Owe, M Becker, PB Smith, MJ Easterbrook, R Brown, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (8), 966, 2016
Defend or repair? Explaining responses to in-group moral failure by disentangling feelings of shame, rejection, and inferiority.
N Gausel, CW Leach, VL Vignoles, R Brown
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (5), 941, 2012
Contextualism as an important facet of individualism-collectivism: Personhood beliefs across 37 national groups
E Owe, VL Vignoles, M Becker, R Brown, PB Smith, SWS Lee, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 44 (1), 24-45, 2013
Resolving the paradox of shame: Differentiating among specific appraisal-feeling combinations explains pro-social and self-defensive motivation
N Gausel, VL Vignoles, CW Leach
Motivation and Emotion 40 (1), 118-139, 2016
Shame and guilt—Do they really differ in their focus of evaluation? Wanting to change the self and behavior in response to ingroup immorality
N Gausel, R Brown
The Journal of Social Psychology 152 (5), 547-567, 2012
Individual and culture‐level components of survey response styles: A multi‐level analysis using cultural models of selfhood
PB Smith, VL Vignoles, M Becker, E Owe, MJ Easterbrook, R Brown, ...
International Journal of Psychology 51 (6), 453-463, 2016
Does remembering past ingroup harmdoing promote postwar cross‐group contact? Insights from a field‐experiment in Liberia
A Mazziotta, F Feuchte, N Gausel, A Nadler
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (1), 43-52, 2014
When majority members exclude ethnic minorities: The impact of shame on the desire to object to immoral acts
M Berndsen, N Gausel
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (6), 728-741, 2015
Facing in-group immorality: Differentiating expressed shame from expressed guilt
N Gausel
Rev. Eur. Stud. 4, 1, 2012
Being oneself through time: Bases of self-continuity across 55 cultures
M Becker, VL Vignoles, E Owe, MJ Easterbrook, R Brown, PB Smith, ...
Self and Identity 17 (3), 276-293, 2018
Self-reform or self-defense? Understanding how people cope with their moral failures by understanding how they appraise and feel about their moral failures
N Gausel
Walk of shame, 191-208, 2013
The importance of emotions in social work: thematic directions from a national conference
N Gausel
European Journal of Social Work 14 (2), 287-291, 2011
A theoretical model of multiple stigma: ostracized for being an inmate with intellectual disabilities
N Gausel, MM Thørrisen
Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention 15 (1 …, 2014
Weight bias internalization: the maladaptive effects of moral condemnation on intrinsic motivation
S Täuber, N Gausel, SW Flint
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1836, 2018
Seeking revenge or seeking reconciliation? How concern for social‐image and felt shame helps explain responses in reciprocal intergroup conflict
N Gausel, CW Leach, A Mazziotta, F Feuchte
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (1), O62-O72, 2018
It’s not our fault! Explaining why families might blame the school for failure to complete a high-school education
N Gausel
Social Psychology of Education 17 (4), 609-616, 2014
Defend or repair
N Gausel, CW Leach, VL Vignoles, R Brown
Explaining responses to in-group moral failure by disentangling feelings of …, 2012
What does “I feel ashamed” mean? Avoiding the pitfall of definition by understanding subjective emotion language
N Gausel
Psychology of shame: New research, 157-166, 2014
Assessing natural language: Measuring emotion-words within a sentence or without a sentence
N Gausel, G Salthe
Rev. Eur. Stud. 6, 127, 2014
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