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Self Concept

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Jasmina Sinanovic

on 1 March 2015

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Transcript of Self Concept

Self Concept
the relatively stable set of perceptions one holds of one self.
self esteem
part of self concept
evaluation of self worth
how self concept develops?
reflected appraisal
social comparison

Reflected appraisal
a mirroring of the judgements of those around him or her.
significant other
a person whose evaluations are especially influential
Michelangelo phenomenon
the way how significant others sculpt one another's self concept
social comparison
evaluating ourselves in terms of how we compare to others
reference group - those we compare ourselves to
characteristics of self concept
resists change

cognitive conservatism - the tendency to seek information that conforms to an existing self-concept

cognitive conservatism
Seeking out information that conforms to an existing self-concept and ignoring information that contradicts it.
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