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Post Test Ch 2 Studying the Self.docx

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1. Joseph often accuses his boss of only taking responsibility for her employees' successes, while never accepting responsibility for the company's failures. Which principle illustrates this tendency? a. Self-esteem b. Self-serving bias Explanation: The self-serving bias is the tendency to accept credit for one's successes, but attribute failure to things outside of oneself. c. Self-efficacy d. Public self-awareness 2. Which of the following statements is true? a. Explicit self-esteem is more important than implicit self-esteem. b. Having a matching level of implicit and explicit self-esteem is important for physical and psychological health. Explanation: Individuals whose implicit and explicit self-esteem does not match up have less positive physical and psychological health c. Implicit self-esteem is more important than explicit self-esteem. d. Explicit and implicit self-esteem are equally important. Review this content to learn more.
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