2011 Ch2 Communication and Identity

2011 Ch2 Communication and Identity - Self-Concept The...

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Self-Concept: The relatively ______ set of perceptions you hold for yourself. emotional states, ________, likes, dislikes, ________.
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Self-Esteem: ___________________ that involves _____________ of self-worth. Self Concept: “I am shy” Self-Esteem: “I like that I am shy”
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Positive Thoughts “I can do it!” Desirable Behavior Got an A on my Test Positive Thoughts “I knew I would do well”
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Negative Thoughts “I can’t do it!” Undesirable Behavior Got an F on my Test Negative Thoughts “I knew I was stupid!”
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______________: Ways you think you behave across a variety of situations, relatively ____________. BIG 5! 1. Extroverted/Introverted 2. Open/Not Open 3. Conscientious/______________ 4. Agreeable/Not Agreeable 5. _____________/Stable
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How do OTHERS play a role in shaping what you think of your self-concept?
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