Robins, Noftle, & Tracy (2007) chapter reviewing all available methods of assessing self-conscious emotionsDownload PDF
In this chapter, we provide an overview of measures of self-conscious emotions
(embarrassment, guilt, pride, and shame). The goal of the chapter is to help researchers identify and select measures of self-conscious emotions that meet their diverse needs. Self-conscious emotions are typically assessed through either self-report scales or coding of nonverbal behavior. We first summarize the extant self-report measures and then describe nonverbal coding schemes for each self-conscious emotion previously found to have a recognizable nonverbal expression (i.e., embarrassment, pride, and shame).