Awe and Humility

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  1. Paul Piff
  2. Galen McNeil
  3. Dacher Keltner

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Although humility is considered by many to be a foundational virtue with important consequences for interpersonal relationships, very little is known about how it can be cultivated. We propose that awe, an epistemological and prosocial emotion, promotes humility and take an appraisal-based approach to identify the process by which it does so. In keeping with our hypothesis, individuals prone to fe...

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