SelfIdentityEmotionandPersonality - Schemas > value > attitude > belief Motives > achievement > belongingness > autonomy e.g Self-determination

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Schemas > value > attitude > belief Motives > achievement > belongingness > autonomy e.g. Self-determination theory (Deci and Ryan) study of intrinsic & extrinsic reason behind choice Situationism > personality cannot predict a single action > behavior is highly situation-specific Modern interactionism > actual behavior is multidirectional interaction between individual & situation > person is intentional & active e.g. The Stanford Experiment Self-conceptions > a sense of who am I > what makes us different from other people Ideal self - I want Ough self - I should Real self V.S. False self Social self - behave differently in different groups Adolesence → Adulthood > abstraction & idealism > self-diffrentiation > fluctuating self > internal contradiction > real V.S. ideal > social comparison (e.g. media) Self-esteem > decreases during school transition > fluctuates across life span > males higher than female > egocentrism (aware of others’ reaction) > related to parental approval, peer support & success in school
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Unformatted text preview: > social product (instead of personal matter) > girls keep inside / boys act out Identity (Erikson) > formation (coherent conception of self, made up of goal & value & belief) > be royal (or else oonfusion) > before reaching a stable sense, people try out different roles > excessive identity exploration Crisis - period of identity development, adolescent choosing among meaningful alternatives Commitment - personal investsment in what individual is going to do Identity diffusion - no crisis no commitment Identity foreclosure - have commitment (outsider tell you to do so you follow) Identity moratorium - have crisis (in struggle for not knowing where to go) Identity achievement - both (know you direction but struggle to achieve) Emotion > Basic: contentment, interest, distress > Secondary: pride, guilt, shame > Negative: stress, eating patterns, social relationships (environmental experience) > temperament (in-born emotion pattern)...
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