APP3MesmerW - Self 1 Running head: SELF-KNOWLEDGE AND...

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Self 1 Running head: SELF-KNOWLEDGE AND SELF-REGULATION Sources of Self-knowledge and the Motives to Self-regulation (Social Comparison Theory) WILLIAM R. MESMER B.S. Psychology, Preparation for Graduate Studies PSYC-2005-2 Social Influences on Behavior, Dr. Deborah Davenport Week 3 Assignment
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Self 2 Abstract To; discuss the sources of my self-knowledge and the factors and motives that lead to my self- regulation. Then, select one specific aspect of my life, and apply the social comparison theory to this role as appropriate.
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Self 3 Sources of Self-knowledge and the Motives to Self-regulation (Social Comparison Theory) Interesting topic this week as we delve into the inner workings of our own minds for understanding as to the way we self-regulate. To begin to understand self-regulation, we begin with the working self-concept. “Self-verification and self-improvement paly strong rolls as we analyze our motivations for being who we are. Our built in need for self-enhancement leads us to be a bit bias when speaking of ourselves, yet positive illusions will always prevail” (Taylor, Peplau, & Sears 2006, p.109-116). The source for my self-knowledge comes from many backgrounds and cultures.
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY PSYC-2005 taught by Professor Dr.deborahdavenport during the Summer '09 term at Walden University.

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