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Unformatted text preview: Personal and Social Development, Part II Lecture Notes Prof. P. Y. Mantzicopoulos Important Reminders • What to read for next time: • • • Your responses to the case for this unit are due in the NEXT lecture What is Covered in this Lecture • Self-System Processes o Self-Concept o Self-Esteem o Mechanisms underlying the development of self-system processes o Consequences for School Learning Self-System Processes • Self-Concept • Self-Esteem • Differentiating between self-concept and self-esteem The Structure of Self-Concept • Self-concept and self-worth as a global entities • Domain specificity in self-system processes Relationship of Self-Concept with School Learning Explain the statement: Self-Concept and School Achievement are Positively Related Does this relationship justify the creation of “self-esteem” curricula? Development of self-system processes • Effects of Prior Experiences o Success at prior tasks Nature of prior tasks is related to one’s self-evaluation following success...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course EDPS 235 taught by Professor Doe during the Fall '09 term at Purdue.
- Fall '09