title
 
 
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZHome
 
 

I J

Iacobucci, D., Calder, B. J., Malthouse, E. C., & Duhacheck, A. (2003). Psychological, Marketing, Physical, and Sociological Factors Affecting Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions for Customers Resisting the Purchase of an Embarrassing Product. Advances in Consumer Research, 30, 236-240.

Ikezuki, M., & Harano, K. (1991). A study on the application of reciprocal inhibition to relieve fear of blushing. Japanese Journal of Behavior Therapy, 17, 26-32.

Imahori, T. T., & Cupach, W. R. (1994). A cross-cultural comparison of the interpretation and management of face: U. S. American and Japanese responses to embarrassing predicaments. International Journal of Intercultural Relationships, 18, 193-219.

Imahori, T. T., Cupach, W. R., Nonaka, A., Ishida, N., Ide, A., Tanaka, S. & Yokomitsu, H. (2001, November). Dances with faces: Japanese facework dynamics of offenders and victims in embarrassment situations. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Atlanta, GA.

Ingman, K. A. (1999). An examination of social anxiety, social skills, social adjustment, and self-construal in Chinese and American students at an American university. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA.

Jackson, M. J., & Latane, B. (1981). All alonge in front of all those people: Stage fright as a function of number and type of co-performers and audience. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 40, 73-85.

Ipshita, R. (2001). The effects of embarrassment on the emotional and rational processing of socially sensitive advertising. Digital Dissertations, AAT 3008137, http://micro189.lib3.hawaii.edu:2099/dissertations/results?set_num=2

Ives, N. R. (2009). Much to your chagrin: A memoir of embarrassment. Library Journal, 134, 72-72.

Jackson, R. H. (1999). Distinguishing shame and humiliation. Dissertation Abstracts International, 61(4), 2272B.

Jacoby, M. (1996). Shame and the origins of self-esteem: A Jungian approach (M. Jacoby & D. Whitcher, Trans.). New York: Routledge.

James, K. (1999). I feel really embarrassed in front of the guys: adolescent girls and informal school basketball. ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal, 46, 11-16.

James, K. (2000). "You can feel them looking at you": The experiences of adolescent girls at swimming pools. Journal of Leisure Research, 32, 262-80.

James, L. M., & Olson, J. M. (2000). Jeer pressure: The behavioral-effects of observing ridicule of others. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 26, 474-485.

Jarrett, C. B. (2002). You're an embarrassment: How the brain processes faux pas. Psychologist, 15, 575-575.

Jaworski, A., Stephens, D. (1998). Self-reports on silence as a face-saving strategy by people with hearing impairment. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 8, 61-80.

Jensen, J. (2007). Die unerkannte Macht: Peinlichkeit als Faktor in der Politik [The unrecognized power: Embarrassment as a factor in the politics]. Bade-Baden: Nomos.

Jimenez, L., & Walkerdine, V. (2011). A psychosocial approach to shame, embarrassment and melancholia amongst unemployed young men and their fathers. Gender and Education, 23, 185-199. doi:10.1080/09540253.2010.


 
 

Last updated on September 2, 2014

Send additional references,
updates, and corrections to
William F. Sharkey

Copyright 2001-2014 William F. Sharkey

Search the
Bibliography of Embarrassment Research
Website