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Edelmann, R. J. (1995). Embarrassment and shame: Related or discreet constructs. British Psychological Society: Abstracts, p. 118.

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Eller, A., Koschate, M., & Gilson, K.-M. (2011). Embarrassment: The ingroup-outgroup audience effect in faux-pas situations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 489-500. doi:10.1002/ejsp.815

Eller, A., Koschate, M., & Gilson, K. (2009, April). Embarrassment: The ingroup-outgroup audience effect in faux-pas situations. Poster session presented at the Conference of the British Psychological Society, Brighton, England.

Eller, A., Koschate, M., & Gilson, K. (2009, September). Erröten für die Anderen: Intergruppenkontakt und Verlegenheit gegenüber Fremdgruppenmitgliedern. [Blushing for others: Intergroup contact and embarrassment vis-a-vis outgroup members]. Paper presented at the 12. Tagung de Fachgruppe der Sozialpsychologie’ of the German Association of Psychology (DGfP), Luxembourg.

Eller, A., Koschate, M., Gilson, K. & Hull, C. (2009, October). Vergüenza: El efecto del público de grupos pertenencia y externos en situaciones bochornosas [Embarrassment: The ingroup-outgroup audience effect in faux-pas situations]. Paper presented at the XVII Mexican Congress of Psychology, Acapulco, Mexico.

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