Hi again, I've checked back on your book chapter and it looks like its going along really well, I've just changed your reference list to have appropriate italicisation! I would also recommend adding the DOI hyperlinks to your reference list. https://www.doi.org/ using this system is the easiest! Good job! --U3160212 (discuss • contribs) 05:13, 21 October 2018 (UTC)
Hi, hope everything is going well with your book chapter. I stumbled upon this study on Sciencemag online magazine that was describing the influences of guilt on individuals. While the study focuses more on the cognitive aspects of guilt, I think there could be some great cognitive/emotional implications drawn out from the study:
Good luck with your chapter! :)
--Kelly.ng988 (discuss • contribs) 1:09, 13 October 2018 (UTC)
Am loving your chapter so far! Was doing some research on the topic of guilt and thought it might be an interesting avenue to look into the denial of guilt and the impacts that has on emotion. I found a really interesting article about guilt and denial in relation to the post-war lives of Nazi perpetrators which may be of interest to you. https://academic-oup-com.ezproxy.canberra.edu.au/ahr/article/119/3/1000/12275
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Overall, this is a promising, but insufficient chapter.
The chapter would be much stronger if more of it was independently written. There are far too many direct quotes which serve to demonstrate virtually nothing about your knowledge or capacity to meet the learning outcomes for the unit. To this end, all quoted content was ignored for marking purposes.
The amount of focus on survivor guilt is not justified. The focus of the chapter should be on synthesising psychological theory and research about three key questions: "Why do we experience guilt, what are its consequences, and how can it be managed?" Survivor guilt may reasonably be used as an example to help address these three questions, but a major focus is not warranted.
Much of the material for this chapter is poorly sourced. Consult and cite primary rather than secondary sources. Identify and use the top peer-reviewed theory and research on the topic. There is over-reliance on a small number of primary sources (e.g., Baumeister, 1994).
Some theory is covered (mainly evolutionary theory), but the chapter lacks cogent, theory-based answers to the three focus questions: "Why do we experience guilt, what are its consequences, and how can it be managed?"
Table 1 provides a promising overview, and some or all of these theories could be used as the major organising device for the chapter, but this is only partly done, at best.
I didn't understand the relevance of the prisoner's dilemma and the stag hunt in relation to addressing the focus questions: "Why do we experience guilt, what are its consequences, and how can it be managed?". The connections need to be made more explicit or, alternatively, other theory/research may be more relevant.
Most of the comments about the book chapter also apply to this section.
The presentation is reasonably well structured (Title, Overview, Body, Conclusion). To improve, include the sub-title in the title slide and name of the video and add a Conclusion slide with take-home messages that address each of the three focus questions in the sub-title.
The presentation was under the maximum time limit, so perhaps an example could have been added to help illustrate the ideas.