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Conceptions of the Self The Development of Conceptions of Self Identity in Adolescence
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The Self • Refers to a conceptual  system made up of one’s  thoughts and attitudes  about oneself • An individual’s  conceptions about the  self can include:
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The Developing Sense of Self Infants   8 months
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The Developing Sense of Self 18 to 20 months   Two-year-old
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The Developing Sense of Self 3 to 4 years Elementary school
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The Developing Sense of Self Middle to late elementary In elementary school, children’s  self-concepts are increasingly  based on their relationships with  others, especially peers, and others’  evaluations of them, making them  vulnerable to low self-esteem In elementary school, children’s  self-concepts are increasingly  based on their relationships with  others, especially peers, and others’  evaluations of them, making them 
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Unformatted text preview: vulnerable to low self-esteem The Developing Sense of Self Adolescents personal fable Imaginary audience When asked about their characteristics, 7 th graders were less likely than older adolescents to report contradictions in their characteristics. These contradictions caused older adolescents, especially 9 th graders, to feel internal conflict such as confusion or negative emotion. The Developing Sense of Self Late adolescence/early adulthood Ethnic Identity Ethnic Identity in Childhood Ethnic Identity in Adolescence Ethnic Identity Refers to: Ethnic Identity Components Ethnic knowledge: Ethnic self-identification: Ethnic constancy: Ethnic-role behaviors: Ethnic feelings and preferences: Examples of Components of Ethnic Identity...
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