Wednesday, June 21, 2017

creating a murderer with Voice to Skull

In the relatively few psychological studies of humiliation available their consistency from the findings .
There always appears to be some action by a perpetrator that is perceived as enforced unjust lowering  of the victim: this appraisal elicits anger. And when there is a failure to resist or  retaliate that is perceived by the victims as  a deep failing: this appraisal elicits shame

a corrosive combination of anger and shame pushes and pulls its victim in opposite directions as anger's tendency for aggression tells then to attack whereas shame's tendency to  avoidance tells them to draw back or even disappear. 

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