Lecture 2 - Self and Self-Regulation (High-Quality, 4-up)

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Unformatted text preview: ideals for her are chronically accessible in Mari’s mind, and she constantly compares herself with their image of her. She feels anxious because, in truth, she is kind of lazy, loud, and irreverent. Mari feels anxious because of a discrepancy between her _____ self and her ____ self. Mari’s parents want her to be very disciplined, moral, quiet, and helpful. Her parents ideals for her are chronically accessible in Mari’s mind, and she constantly compares herself with their image of her. She feels anxious because, in truth, she is kind of lazy, loud, and irreverent. Mari feels anxious because of a discrepancy between her _____ self and her ____ self. A. Ought; Ideal A. Ought; Ideal B. Actual; Ought B. Actual; Ought C. Interdependent; Independent C. Interdependent; Independent D. Independent; Ideal D. Independent; Ideal E. Actual; Ideal E. Actual; Ideal 4 O REOS ARE BETTER THAN 2 Next Lecture: Stress and Health Related Websites: Improving Self-Esteem: http://www.utexas.edu/student/cmhc/booklets/selfesteem/selfest.html PSYBlog - Improve your self-control: http://www.spring.org.uk/2008/09/how-to-improve-your-self-control.php O Magazine - Self-distancing: http://www.oprah.com/article/omagazine/200810_omag_distance...
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