AP  >> Vol. 7 No. 2 (February 2017)

    The Effect of Power on Vicarious Guilt

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权力感替代性内疚Power Vicarious Guilt


目的:探究权力感对替代性内疚的影响。方法:选取160名大学生为被试,采用情境法,并用到了个人权力感量表测量被试的主观权力感。结果:权力感对替代性内疚感的简单回归分析表明权力感的预测作用显著,β = 0.266,t = 3.473,P < 0.01。结论:个体的权力感越高,其在他人不道德行为上体验到的替代性内疚感越强。

Objective: To explore the relationship between power and vicarious guilt. Methods: One hundred and sixty college students were recruited in the study, and they imagined a target doing an immoral behavior; they also completed emotional items to measure emotions and the personal sense of power scale to measure their subjective power. Results: Power could significantly predict vicarious guilt, β = 0.266, t = 3.473, P < 0.01. Conclusion: The higher level of power individuals have, the higher level of vicarious guilt they experience for others’ immoral behaviors.

陈佳芳, 张进辅 (2017). 权力感对替代性内疚的影响. 心理学进展, 7(2), 171-175. https://doi.org/10.12677/AP.2017.72021


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