By Thomas M Brinthaupt, Richard P Lipka
This e-book examines the different types of self-exchange and components which could impact it. It takes a much-needed step towards linking the troubles of the educational self-researcher and the patron of analysis bearing on altering the self. during the publication, figuring out and accounting for switch within the self emerges as a extremely important drawback throughout quite a lot of human adventure.
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Extra resources for Changing the Self: Philosophies, Techniques, and Experiences
From these experiences grow the ideas (concepts) of the kind of person we see ourselves as being, which constitutes our own private mental image of ourselves, a collection of beliefs about the kind of person we are (Hamachek, 1992). Whereas self-concept is an indicator of what people think about themselves (the cognitive component of the self), self-esteem is the emotional barometer of how people feel about themselves (the affective component of the self). Self-esteem is a reflection of how one evaluates the self, which Coopersmith (1967) referred to < previous page page_22 If you like this book, buy it!
8. They display self-centered values and attitudes. 9. They are interested in enhancing what is known, even 9. They are interested in maintainig and preserving what is if it means changing the status quo. known in order to conserve the status quo. They do not feel any particular inclination to develop some talent or to express themselves creatively. unique talent or to express themselves creatively. Implicit Attitude Implicit Attitude 1. What can I give to others? 1. What can I get from others?
The self-as-object involves attributes that are physical (how one looks), social (how one relates), emotional (how one feels), and intellectual (how one thinks). These attributes interact with that aspect of the self that comes to know through its perceiving, performing, thinking, and remembering functions. " The interactive combination of these attributes and functions leads to the development of two core ingredients of the self, namely, self-concept (ideas about oneself) and self-esteem (feelings and evaluations about oneself).