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Approaches to self Chapter 14; 03-25-10
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the Self Self: the ongoing sense of self-awareness (the “I”) stable mental representations (the “Me”)
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3 Main Components of Self 1. Self-Concept 2. Self-Esteem 3. Social Identity
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Self-Concept Self-concept is the basis for self- understanding Self concept forms an answer to the question __________________
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Development of the Self-Concept Infant realizes that it is distinct from the rest of the world & this forms a rudimentary sense of self-awareness of one’s own body Around age 2-3, the first aspects children learn to identify & associate with themselves are age & sex then expand self-concept to include the reference of family
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Development of the Self-Concept Age 5-6+, children can compare their skills & abilities with those of others (__________________) also, child learns he can keep secrets & lies (__________________)
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Development of the Self-Concept During teen years, perspective taking Objective self-awareness is the beginning of social identity
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Self-Schema
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