Self-Presentation and Subjective Well-Being

Published on Dec 15, 2017
· DOI :10.4324/9781351231879-17
James M. Tyler11
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Katherine E. Adams2
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Peter O. Kearns1
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Looking back at more than 40 years of the author’s work on social emotions reveals that emotional reactions as diverse as hurt feelings, loneliness, social anxiety, jealousy, guilt, embarrassment, ...
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