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Adolescent Development Adolescent Development Psychology 338 Psychology 338 Identity Identity
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The Self The Self A coherent psychological structure that includes a collection of an individual’s feelings, attitudes, concepts, values and ideals. The self is relatively resistant to change, and influences behavior and experience across domains.
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The Self The Self Self and Identity are, for the most part, interchangeable concepts
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Self Concept Self Concept The perception an individual has of the self. The individual's understanding of the features of the self. If I ask you to describe yourself, what kind of information would you present
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Self Knowledge Self Knowledge Th e extent to which in an individual has a well- formed self-concept that accurately reflects the underlying organization of their self. How well does the adolescent know himself/herself?
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Self Esteem A value judgment about aspects of the self. How does the
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