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2005; Iyer, Schmader, & Lickel, 2007). There are, however, some indications that groupbased shame may have a “kinder, gentler” side than personal shame. For example, under some circumstances, group-based shame appears to motivate a desire to change the image of the group in a proactive fashion (Lickel, Rutchick, Hamilton, & Sherman, 2006). Although research on shame and guilt—at the individual or group level—has dominated the literature on moral emotions thus far, they are just part of the story.