08_Test_Chapter5_Self

08_Test_Chapter5_Self - Project 4: Self-observation 1....

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Review Exam 1 Begin Part II: The Interpersonal Realm September 25, 2007 Dr. Johnson
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Part II: The Interpersonal Realm Chapter 5: The Self
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The self Self-concept Self-schema
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How do we form our self-concept? What factors influence our ideas about our selves?
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Carl Rogers’ Theory of the self (1940s) Congruence Incongruence
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Higgins extends Rogers’ theory (1980s) Actual self Ideal self Ought self Write down your actual, ideal and ought selves. What you are What you want to be What you think you should be
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Self-Discrepancies Higgins (1980s) Actual self Ideal self Ought self
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How do we reduce self-discrepancies? Actual self Ideal self Ought self
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Project 4: Self-observation pp. 131-132 in book 1. From your ideal/ought selves, choose one behavior that you would like to change MUST be something that does not hurt you or others Good examples: less smoking, less drinking, less nail biting, more exercising, less TV, more participation in class, less angry Don’t choose more studying because you should already be working on that.
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Unformatted text preview: Project 4: Self-observation 1. Record that behavior for 14 days Choose a recording system now Number of times you do something Emotional rating scale (1 to 10) ABC (Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence) IMPORTANT : Record behavior immediately and keep it simple Cigarettes M T W R F S S Monday Situation : Roommate woke me up at 3am Anger scale : 9 Situation : Long line at caf Anger scale : 8 Situation : C on exam I studied a lot for Anger scale : 10 Monday : A : C on exam B : Ate candy bar C : Felt bloated & lethargic A : Traffic on way home B : Ate bag of chips C : Felt greasy Project 4: Self-observation What did you learn from observing your behavior for 2 weeks? 1. Hand in your recorded behaviors in chart or graph format. 1. Describe the trends see in your behaviors. 1. Did simply observing and recording your behavior lead to any alterations in your behavior? Why or why not ? DUE October 9...
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2008 for the course PSYCH 131 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '07 term at Bloomsburg.

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