Latest Guilt Stories
New evidence suggests heinous behavior played out in a virtual environment can lead to players’ increased sensitivity toward the moral codes they violated.
Companies often put a personal face on products in an attempt to reach a deeper connection with consumers.
With the nation still in mourning after a wave of tragic events, relationship expert Dr.
Scientists have shown that the brains of people with depression respond differently to feelings of guilt – even after their symptoms have subsided.
Why do some people behave morally while others do not?
UC Riverside and CSU Northridge sociologists’ research suggests how bankers, stock brokers and mortgage lenders justified ruinous actions.
Lent in the Christian tradition is a time of sacrifice and penance.
New research provides insight into the region of the brain that underlies our tendency to condemn failed attempts to harm and forgive harms that are accidental
Although changing social and cultural contexts mean guilt has less power today than it once did, a new study has shown that in the West this emotion is "significantly higher" among women.
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