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Transcript of The Self
Take out a sheet of paper
Write down 20 statements that start with "I am"
What are these 20 statements?
Organize your statements into categories
What are these?
Schema, the self, and attention
Schema organize information
We attend more to things that fit our self-schema
Number of categories
How many categories did you have?
More categories = more self-complexity
What is this?
How do we behave differently in each of these contexts?
Mirror and Halloween candy study from the book?
What would you do if you were invisible?
Attention to self = self-consciousness
Types of self-consciousness?
Awareness of others' attention
illusion of transparency
The thinking self
The Feeling Self
With a partner, write down a definition of self-esteem, along with what might predict higher levels of self-esteem
Types of Self-Esteem
Contributors to Self-Esteem
Strengths and Weaknesses
On a sheet of paper, make one column for strengths and a second for weaknesses.
Write down your strengths and weaknesses (don't share with anyone).
Without sharing the content of the strengths and weaknesses, share with others the number of strengths and weaknesses.
For your group, compute the average number of strengths and the average number of weaknesses
Which is higher?
Better than Average
Others' View of Us
Why does others' view matter in our self-esteem?
Can self-esteem be too high?
Correlation does not equal causation
The Social Self
Less Social Comparison
Feeling Good by Identifying with Groups
Fitting in Versus Standing Out
For next time
Bring in an advertisement - a video, a copy of a print ad, an online ad