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Chapter 2 - Chapter 2 Social Thinking and Self What makes...

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Chapter 2: Social Thinking and Self What makes up the self? Self-concept Self-knowledge Self-esteem Social self
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Chapter 2: Social Thinking and Self Self-concept Complete the following sentence: I am ___________. (Provide 6 answers)
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Chapter 2: Social Thinking and Self Who do you dream of or dread becoming in the future? Possible selves
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Chapter 2: Social Thinking and Self Schemas Self-schemas (self-concepts) Past, present and future selves Self-reference effect
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Chapter 2: Social Thinking and Self On a scale of 1 (not at all like me) to 10 (exactly like me), rate yourself on the following: Honesty Social sensitivity Leadership ability Driving ability Punctuality Good table manners
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Chapter 2: Social Thinking and Self How does a sense of self develop? Genetic influence Roles Social identities Social comparisons Upward social comparisons Downward social comparisons
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Chapter 2: Social Thinking and Self How does a sense of self develop? (cont.) Successes and failures Other people’s judgments Looking-glass self Our culture
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