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Handbook of Humility brings together, for the first time in print, the major researchers who have studied humility empirically. Other writers reflect on the applications of humility in applied settings, including psychotherapy, organizations, religious institutions, and politics. This field-building handbook provides an up-to-date summary of the field of humility and sets research and practice agendas for the future. This book, divided into three parts, covers definitions and measurement; predictors, correlates, and sequelae; and applications to relationships and treatment.