The Effects of Moral Identity on Moral Emotion and Antisocial Behavior in Sport

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Kavussanu, M; Stanger, N; Ring, C;
(2015)
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    mesheuropmc: humanities | education | health care economics and organizations

Given the prevalence and significance of antisocial behavior in sport, researchers have begun to explore the role that self conscious moral emotions play in reducing such behavior. In this research, we examined whether moral identity inhibits antisocial behaviour and wh... View more
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