Sociocognitive Self-Regulatory Mechanisms Governing Transgressive

Camillo Regalia, A. Bandura, G. V. Caprara, C. Barbaranelli, C. Pastorelli

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Abstract

This longitudinal research examined a structural model of the self-regulatory mechanisms governing transgressive conduct. Perceived academic and self-regulatory efficacy concurrently and longitudinally deterred transgressiveness both directly and by fostering prosocialness and adherence to moral selfsanctions for harmful conduct. The impact of perceived social self-efficacy was mediated through prosocialness. Moral disengagement and prosocialness affected transgressiveness through the mediating influence of irascible affectivity and hostile rumination. Ruminative affectivity, in turn, both concurrently and longitudinally affected transgressiveness. Moral disengagement also contributed independently to variance in transgressiveness over time. This pattern of relations was obtained after controlling for prior transgressiveness. The structural model was replicated across gender and provided a better fit to the data than did several alternative models.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)125-135
Numero di pagine11
RivistaJournal of Personality and Social Psychology
DOI
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2001

Keywords

  • tragressive behavior

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