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Conclusions o We are all scientists – we want to know why ppl behave the way they do o Although not perfectly rational, we often engage in attributional biases because they are cognitively efficient o When it comes to explaining our own behavior, we do so in ways that protect, or even enhance, our self-esteem The self and self-concept What is the self and what is it for? o Who am I? I am strong I am independent I am female I am a daughter I am a friend I am a student I am an employee I am an only child I am brunette o You are your own book Self-concept: the known, me A collection of beliefs about who you are o Traits o Likes/dislikes o Wishes/hopes o
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Unformatted text preview: Social identities, roles o Evaluations o Emotional states Cultural differences in the self o Independent self view self more individualistically and separate from others Western cultures o Interdependent self much more overlap b/w self and others Other differences o Developmental: concrete abstract o Gender differences Relational interdependence vs. collective interdependence Females are more relationally interdependent, how they relate to family, friends, significant others Males are more collectively interdependent in that they tend to identify themselves by their role in society...
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