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Goals affect feelings of pride, shame after success, failure

When the St. Louis Cardinals lost the World Series, just how much shame did the players feel? According to researchers, a person's goals at the outset of a competence-based task, such as a sporting event, can influence how much shame or pride he or she feels upon completion of the task.
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