COM 225 Chapter 8 - Self competence COM 225 Spring 2009...

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Unformatted text preview: Self competence COM 225 Spring 2009 Overview Self-concept Personality Self-esteem Aspects of personality associated with communication Self-disclosure Impression management Self-concept Who am I? Each persons own subjective view or image of him or herself as a person Not always accurate Self-concepts consist of objective information, too Where does self-concept come from? Social sources Messages from others Social comparison Upward Downward Lateral Internal sources Own interpretations and evaluations Aspects of the self-concept: The Johari window KNOWN TO SELF UNKNOWN TO SELF KNOW TO OTHERS UNKNOWN TO OTHERS OPEN BLIND HIDDEN UNKNOWN Personality How psychologists see us: The Big 5 Openness Conscientiousness Extroversion Agreeableness Neuroticism Self-esteem Your evaluation of your worth More a feeling than a cognition Self-concept: Im a bad soccer player Self-esteem: I feel bad about my soccer-playing ability Two forms of self-esteem Trait State Where does self-esteem come from?...
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COM 225 Chapter 8 - Self competence COM 225 Spring 2009...

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