The role of self-blaming moral emotions in major depression and their impact on social-economical decision making

Pulcu, Erdem; Zahn, Roland; Elliott, Rebecca; Landro, Nils I.; Bales, Karen L.; Hassert, Derrick L.
June 2013
Frontiers in Psychology;Jun2013, Vol. 4, p1
Academic Journal
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