Self-esteem,+self-concept,+and+identity

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Self-Concept, Self-Esteem, Self-Concept, Self-Esteem, What Children Think of Themselves and Others
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The Self-Concept The Self-Concept Influenced by family structure and  attitudes. school. Gender type behavior becomes  evident and is influenced by culture.
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What is Self-Understanding? What is Self-Understanding? The child’s cognitive representation of  the self. A composite of all the child’s self- conceptions. Based on various roles and  membership categories that define  who children are. It is not, however, the whole of  personal identity.
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Self-Concept Self-Concept The self-concept becomes more realistic  during middle childhood, when, according to  neo-Piagetian theory, children form  representational systems. According to Erikson, the chief source of  self-esteem is children’s view of their  productive competence.  Self-concept begins to include personality  traits and social comparisons. 
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Early Childhood Self-Understanding Early Childhood Self-Understanding Confusion of mind, self, and body.
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