Chapter5 - Class Agenda • Chapter 5 Quiz • Review...

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Unformatted text preview: Class Agenda • Chapter 5 Quiz • Review Chapter 1-4 • Chapter 5 Lecture: The Self • Chapter 5 Review Game Chapter 1-4 Review • Give an example of +/- Correlation • Name several Defense Mechanisms • What is at the bottom and top of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs? • What are the Big Five personality traits? • What are the four types of stress? Chapter 5 Learning Objectives • Describe some key aspects of self-concept • Discuss factors that shape self-concept • Discuss factors influencing self-esteem • Define self-attributions and identify key dimensions of attributions • Describe how individuals develop self-efficacy • Describe how high self-monitors are different from low self-monitors The Self Chapter 5 Self-Concept • Self-Concept: An organized collection of schemas about the self • Self-schemas : beliefs about the self • Developed from past experiences • The Nature of Self-Concept • Developed from past experiences • Based on: traits, abilities, physical features, values, goals and social roles. • Dynamic Empty Your Pockets! Choose 3-5 items from your pockets or purses or backpacks. Find a group of three or four people to discuss with: Share with the group: • What items did you bring with you? • What do the items reveal about you and the different schemas you have about yourself? • Examples: • lipstick: I pride myself on my looks! • Hand sanitizer: I am very cleanly! • Pen: I am studious! • Cell phone: I like to talk! • Nothing: I am a minimalist! Self-Concept • Influences current and future behavior • Possible Selves: one’s conception of the kind of person one might become in the future. • Attentive to goal-related information and goal setting • Can be positive or negative • Eg: to become a social worker or CEO of a company… will you study more with these goals in mind? Self-Concept • Self-Discrepancies: mismatching of self- perception. 1. Actual Self: qualities you or others believe you actually possess. 2. Ideal Self: Characteristics you or others would like you to have. 3. Ought Self: Traits you or others believe that you should possess. Personal Probe 5.1 • What areas of your self-concept showed the greatest amount of discrepancy between your actual and ideal self? The least amount of discrepancy?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course CEP 260 taught by Professor Oka during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Chapter5 - Class Agenda • Chapter 5 Quiz • Review...

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