Advances in Experimental Social Psychology by Mark P. Zanna (Eds.)

By Mark P. Zanna (Eds.)

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Maio nature of the emotions elicited by values. Consistent with self-discrepancy theory (Higgins, 1999) and Rokeach’s (1973) descriptions of values, we predicted and found that our most important values serve as ideal self-guides and are more likely to elicit dejection when we do not adhere to them. In contrast, our least important values serve as ought self-guides and are more likely to make us feel agitated when we violate them in a manner that is visible to others. 6. The Instantiation Level Thus far, we have considered evidence (a) that mental representations of values encompass their motivational connections with each other and (b) that individual values in this system are abstract, unelaborated emotional constructs.

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