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Psych Project: It's All About Me!

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Transcript of Psych Project: It's All About Me!

the center of personality
Self-Esteem Square
Self-Serving Bias Street
"Awesome, awesome, I'm so awesome.
Everything I do is awesome."
-Roscoe Dash
Most people see themselves as better than average.
People tend to take more responsibility for good deeds than for bad and for successes than for failures.
In a situation where most people would behave less than admirably, we overestimate how admirably we would act.
We underestimate the commonality of our positive traits and overestimate the commonality of our negative traits.
We tend to see our groups (our school, our country, our race, etc.) as superior.
SELF
Cultural Impact Park
SPOTLIGHT EFFECT
assuming that everone is thinking about and noticing your every move, fault, and flaw
SELF-ESTEEM
perception of high or low self worth
SELF-SERVING BIAS
Our tendency to see ourselves positively
It's all about me
It's all about the group
Spotlight Effect Carnival
EXPECTATION
REALITY
the organizer of our
thoughts,
feelings,
and actions
possible selves?
vs
Individualism
- identifying oneself in terms of personal traits rather than with group identifications and putting one's own goals before group goals
Collectivism
- identifying oneself with group identifications and putting group goals before one's personal goals
The perfect middleground (that doesn't exist)
center of personality
High self-
serving bias

threatened
self-esteem

violent reaction
A high self-serving bias correlates with a big ego and high self-esteem.
+
"Generation Me"
Where?
"Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it."
-Gandhi
Low Self Esteem
(Effects)
discourage people temporarily (down talk them, lower their self-esteem) and they will do the same to others

=
Defensive self-esteem
WOW! You tie your shoes so well!
Fragile
Built up by false praise
Realistic criticisms feel threatening
Secure self-esteem
Not fragile
We feel accepted for who we are
We see other's assessments of us as constructive rather than an attack
sleep better
don't corform as easily
more focused
less, shy, anxious, and lonely
HAPPIER :)
Collectivism
High Self-Esteem
Individualism prevails in the West
We remember and justify our past actions in self-enhancing ways.
The pink part is Hokkaido (pronounced Hoe-czyead-doe)
We are overconfident in our beliefs and judgments.
Exploring
"Self Town"

Discussion question:
If self-serving bias is legit, then why do people say and think bad things about themselves?
REASON #1
"My skin is so blue and weird."
"No it's not. You're beautiful."
REASON #2
This test is going to be impossble.
REASON #3
"I was so awkward."
THE SELF
Individualism
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