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Department
Psychology
Course
Psychology 2035A/B
Professor
Doug Hazlewood
Semester
Fall

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Part 1 The Self Concept Self Concept All the beliefs we have about ourselves Large set of attributes that are linked together o Personal dispositions o Physical characteristicso Preferences likesdislikesvalues Many different selves roles o Different self with different peopleFriend daughter o Having a complex selfconcept can be beneficialMay different selves serves as a buffer or it protects us when any single self is threatenedSome attributes associated with one selfo Neat as a student messy as a family member Some attributes more basic and enduring across situationsroles Potential selves ought self and ideal selfo There can be a discrepancy between actual selfPart 2 The Origins of the Self Concept Social comparison processes Feedback from others Social contexts Cultural values Our Behaviour We are
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