22._Self_Slides_For_Notetaking

22._Self_Slides_For_Notetaking - 9/7/2010 1 Put away your...

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9/7/2010 1 1 Put away your things Close your eyes 2 Exam on Thursday in class: Bring a crisp pink PARSCORE form 15 true/false, 10 multiple choice, & 1 short answer essay Everything you need to prepare is posted on gauchospace Tomorrow I will give about a 30-45 minute review For guest lecture, only responsible for material on worksheet Will hold extra office hours on Thursday from 11-1:30 3
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9/7/2010 2 Brief selective overview of the centrality of self Review different perspectives on what constitutes the self Discussion of indirect realism : everything you experience is actually your own construction 4 Self-Concept Self-Esteem Self-Confidence Self-Consciousness Self-Worth Much of what we do in life is an attempt to protect, improve, or gain something for our self 5 ▫ One’s perception of their own attributes ▫ One’s idea of the attributes one would like to possess Discrepancy between the actual and ideal self is a source of discomfort that motivates action ▫ One’s idea of the attributes one would should possess 6
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9/7/2010 3 The Better Than Average effect People rate themselves as better than average on 38 of 40 characteristics Self-serving attributions
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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