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
Weight bias internalization: the maladaptive effects of moral condemnation on intrinsic motivation
S Täuber, N Gausel, SW Flint
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1836, 2018
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
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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