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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/20/11 Internal Communication with yourself 1/20/11 Jang 1 1 Chapter 5 Intrapersonal Communication 1/20/11 Self-Talk 1/20/11 Jang 2 2 Self-talk shapes our attitude and attitude shapes our behavior Self-talk constructs our self-image 1/20/11 Positive Self Talk 1/20/11 Jang 3 3 I. Taylor & Brown (1988) found that participants rated themselves more favorably and less negatively then others. Self-Esteem II. Majority of people rated themselves higher then others in terms of personality characteristics and general abilities (Larwood & Whitaker, 1977). Self-Exaggeration, self-serving bias 1/20/11 Positive self-talk cont., 1/20/11 Jang 4 4 III. People tend to recall more positive things about themselves then negative information from the past (Kuiper & Derry, 1982). Well-functioning individuals distort memory to enhance self-regard What do these findings tell about how we think about ourselves? 1/20/11 Negative Self-Tak 1/20/11...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2011 for the course COMM 107 taught by Professor Gardner during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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