experience conditions of worth be true to ourselves even if we have to ignore

Experience conditions of worth be true to ourselves

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experience conditions of worth. be true to ourselves even if we have to ignore the feelings of others. accept information about ourselves as honestly as possible. Add Question Here Question 40 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Researchers have found that people with a close match between their _____ and _____ tend to be socially poised, confident, and resourceful, while those that have a poor match are depressed, anxious, and insecure. Answer self-image and ideal self id and ego ego ideal and conscience psychosexual stages and psychosocial stages Add Question Here Question 41 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Rogers, mirrors, photographs, video cameras, and the reactions of others hold both fascination and threat for many people because they Answer are inaccurate images of the persons we are, such as smiling on the outside, but crying on the inside. provide information about one’s self. represent the possible selves in our lives, those we are and those we could be. allow the selfish and arrogant side of our personality to surface. Add Question Here Question 42 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The development of the self-image Answer depends greatly on information from the environment. begins with a sorting of perceptions and feelings. includes self-evaluations of whether “I am a good person.” involves all of these. Add Question Here Question 43 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Rogers believed that positive and negative evaluations by others, especially the parents, cause children to develop internal standards of evaluation called Answer organismic valuing. ego ideals. conditions of worth. possible selves. Add Question Here Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove
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Question 44 Question Rogers refers to internal standards of evaluation based on the approval or rejection of others as Answer ego ideals. conditions of worth. organismic valuing. possible selves. Add Question Here Question 45 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question When a child is told by his parents that he is wrong to feel angry toward a brother or sister even when the anger is justified, the child has experienced what Rogers called Answer ego ideals. conditions of worth. organismic valuing. possible selves. Add Question Here Question 46 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Dalton is six years old and is told by his father on several occasions that “big boys don’t cry” and boys should not show fear. In these instances, Dalton is experiencing what Rogers called Answer ego ideals. organismic valuing. conditions of worth. possible selves. Add Question Here Question 47 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question To think of oneself as being a good, lovable, worthwhile person is an example of Answer positive self-regard.
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