Chapter 2 - Self-esteem motivation 5 of 15 Self-serving...

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Social Psychology Social Psychology Social Thinking Social Thinking The Self The Self (Myers, Chapter Two) (Myers, Chapter Two) 0
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Self-Concept: who am I? Development of the social self The roles we play Social comparison Success and failure experiences Other people’s judgments Self and culture 2 of 15 0
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Self-Concept: who am I? Self-knowledge Explaining our behavior Predicting our behavior Predicting our feelings The wisdom and delusions of self-analysis 3 of 15 0
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Perceived self-control Self-efficacy Locus of control Learned helplessness versus self- determination 4 of 15 0
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Self-serving bias Explanations for positive and negative events Can we all be better than average? Unrealistic optimism False consensus and uniqueness Other self-serving tendencies
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Unformatted text preview: Self-esteem motivation 5 of 15 Self-serving bias Reflections on self-efficacy and self-serving bias The self-serving bias as adaptive The self-serving bias as maladaptive 6 of 15 Self-presentation False modesty Self-handicapping Impression management Appearance, nonverbal cues (eye contact, body language, etc.) E.g, Job Interview: Study by Rasmussen: Varried: 1. Responses (Appropriate, Inappropriate) 2. Nonverbal Cues: (high, low) 3. Resume (Well-qualified, Poorly-qualified) 7 of 15 Impression Management Study by Rasmussen et al. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Appropriate Inapproprate Low Nonverbal Cues High Nonverbal Cues 9 of 15 10 of 15 11 of 15 12 of 15 14 of 15 15 of 15...
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2010 for the course PSY 340 taught by Professor Ashlyn during the Spring '08 term at San Diego State.

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Chapter 2 - Self-esteem motivation 5 of 15 Self-serving...

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