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Three studies reexamined the findings of Leary, Landel, and Patton (1996) , by investigating how various domains of self-esteem (SE) are related to the tendency to share the emotions with others following an embarrassing event. In Study 1, participants completed measures of dominance, status, prestige, mate value, and global SE, and also performed an embarrassing singing task. Following the singing task, some participants were given the chance to communicate their embarrassment to thedoi:10.21220/s2-4cqw-nb92 fatcat:q7xdpxlar5dlncexmqhozx6b34