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(2000) note, mimicry is an unconscious and automatic process that is subjectivelyexperienced as too strong for suppression. Chartrand and Barg (1999) show that51
mimicry has strong adaptive effects: it creates liking and help to achieve an affiliationobjective. Using the term “Chameleon effect” to refer to “non-conscious mimicry ofpostures, mannerisms, facial expressions, and other behaviours of one’s interactionpartners…,” Chartrand and Bargh (1999,p. 893) see mimicry as an essential andimportant part of human social existence. While for the Art Interaction SelfieManagement, evidence were found for the “art as wallpaper” selfie as suggested byGoldsmith in Burness (2016).In these selfies, fragments of artwork form the backgroundfor close-up views of the self. The art serves one purpose only: beautification of the selfthat is portrayed in the selfie. Second, it was identified that selfies that strive to beartistic and therefore identify the selfie-taker as an artist.ConclusionBased on the results of the experiment, the data gathered, and the discussion.The researchers conclude that the different Creative Selfie Management has an effectto the self- esteem of the college students of Far Eastern University. The researchersalso conclude that the Art Interaction Creative Selfie Management is more effective thanthe Mimicry Selfie management and the Casual Selfie that we are doing in our everydaylife. This study reveals that even though we are more used to doing the casual selfies,using one’s creativity in taking selfie like imitating the trending selfies (Mimicry) andhaving a good background and accessories (Art Interaction) they are effective in raisingour self-esteem. Outside the context of this study, selfies have been really a part of ourlife, and we found out that it is not just a matter of entertainment, but also a factor thatcan affect one’s self-esteem.Limitation of the Study52
Although the present study was proven effective, due to the sampling method,the experiments gender distribution was not equal in the population. On the otherrelated studies, the majority of the participants were female; on the other hand, themajority of our participants were male. In addition to that, some of the participantsduring the experimentation were Psychology students so it might have affected theresults but furthermore it doesn’t mean that the treatment weren’t effective. The agedifferences also affected the study due to time constraint and lack of participants in thearea. The sampling design, Simple Random Sampling, was another limitation of thestudy.RecommendationIt has been proven that Creative Selfie Managements, namely Mimicry and ArtInteraction, have an effect on the Self-esteem of an individual. Thus, it is recommendedby the researchers to try it for those who have low self-esteem. Also, it is recommendedto be tried on adolescent with an age ranging from 10-19, for a reason that, theadolescence within this age group might still have a varying self-esteem or have atendency to be low.Although boys and girls report similar levels of self-esteem during