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The influence of self-consciousness on motives and responses of anger

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  • 怒りの動機と反応に対する自己意識の影響
  • イカリ ノ ドウキ ト ハンノウ ニ タイスル ジコ イシキ ノ エイキョウ

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of self-conciousness on motives and responses of anger, especially on discrepancy between want and action of responses following anger in an everyday situation. The author administered Averill's "experience of anger" questionnaire and self-consciousness scale to 104 university students. The main foundings were as follows : (1) There were four factors in the responses which were interpreted as direct aggression, displaced aggression, suppression of anger, and nonaggressive problem-solving. (2) The higher private self-consciousness was, the smaller want-action discrepancy in direct aggression, displaced aggression, and suppression of anger. (3) The significant positive correlation was obtained between want-action discrepancy and social anxiety in nonaggressive problem-solving. (4) The significant positive correlation was obtained between public self-consciousness and self-reported justice. And the negative correlation was obtained between want-action discrepancy and justice in direct aggression and displaced aggression.

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