Guilt And Shame Proneness Scale (GASP)

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Guilt And Shame Proneness Scale (GASP)

Guilt And Shame Proneness Scale (GASP)

The Guilt And Shame Proneness Scale (GASP) was developed by Cohen et al (2011). This scale measures the level of guilt and shame at different levels of personal transgressions. The Guilt And Shame Proneness Scale (GASP) consists of only sixteen items on a seven point Likert scale. It was developed under the American Psychological Association (APA) and you require to take permission directly from APA for using this scale in your research.