WK7Self-Esteem Assessment

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Running head: SELF-ESTEEM ASSESSMENT 1 Self-Esteem Assessment Angel Bingham Psy/220 January 20, 2012 Stefanie Crouse
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SELF-ESTEEM ASSESSMENT 2 Self-Esteem Assessment This week our text presented us with three self-assessments geared toward our self- esteem, social comparisons, and our strengths versus weaknesses. While grading myself I felt a twinge of concern toward my scores. I was pleased to discover I was neither too high nor too low on the assessments. In the self-esteem assessment the midpoint score was 25, and anything high reflected a greater sense of self-worth. I was pleased to discover that my score was a 27. In my past I had a false sense of self-worth that resulted in activities I would not even consider participating in today. I was concerned that my score would be so high that it would cause me to question if my self-worth was true or not. I was also concerned with receiving a score below 25. That would have resulted in my self-worth residing at a lower level than I was comfortable with. The next assessment I participated in was the social comparisons assessment. I have
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course PSY 220 taught by Professor Lind during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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