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Self-concept and self-consistency

Anna L. Riley

Self-concept and self-consistency

the relationship between identities and others" assessments of role performances

by Anna L. Riley

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Identity (Psychology),
  • Social interaction.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSelf concept and self consistency.
    Statementby Anna L. Riley.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 131 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16386256M

    Towards understanding oneself --Perceptions and the self: processes and theoretical perspectives --Self-consistency: behavioral expressions and stability over time --Self-concept as related to parent-child relationships, family experiences, and genetic considerations --Self-concept as related to academic performance, teachers' expectations, and.   Self-esteem and self-consistency: A theoretical and empirical link between two primary motivations. Social Psychology Quarterly, 49(3), Google Scholar, Crossref, ISI: Elliott, G. C. (). Gender differences in self-consistency: Evidence from an investigation of self-concept .

    handicapping). Section II thus turns to the supply side of the self—con fidence problem, and the “reality con-straints” that limit the extent to which people can engage in wishful thinking.   The psychology of money includes such domains as self-concept (status-seeker, distrustful, prudent ), and money attitudes. Money attitudes include beliefs (e.g., rich people are vulgar; hard work is the key to success), and values (e.g., expensive .

    In recent years, the traditional psychoanalytic view of the self as an autonomous entity has been shifting to a more relational perspective. This evolution from a solely intrapsychic stance brings psychoanalysis closer to the viewpoint of social psychology, formerly a highly divergent. A self-consistency model is proposed for the process underlying confidence judgments and their accuracy. In answering a 2-alternative question, participants are assumed to retrieve a sample of representations of the question and base their confidence on the consistency with which the chosen answer is supported across representations.


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Self-concept and self-consistency by Anna L. Riley Download PDF EPUB FB2

A small sub-section of this book, perhaps the final third of it, expounds Lecky's theory of self-consistency: that one of the most basic instincts guiding learning and the formation of identity and personality is the need to form an integrated and self-consistent map of reality/5(7).

A small sub-section of this book, perhaps the final third of it, expounds Lecky's theory of self-consistency: that one of the most basic instincts guiding learning and the formation of identity and personality is the need to form an integrated and self-consistent map of reality/5(7).

Abstract. Self-concept consistency is viewed as central to authenticity and adjustment in Western cultures. The authors propose that the implications of self-concept consistency depend on both the cultural background of the individual and the type of consistency involved.

Specifically, although consistency of the self-concept across different contexts may be less important in East Asian than Western cultures, East Asians may still benefit from consistency withinspecific social contexts Cited by: Full Synopsis: ""Self-Congruity" provides a comprehensive understanding of the self-concept, integrating the many references to it in the psychological literature.

Using his previous findings, the author considers cognitive-versus-affective phenomena, and intrapersonal, interpersonal, situational, and analytic modes. Books shelved as self-concept: By the Time You Read This, I'll Be Dead by Julie Anne Peters, Quick as a Cricket by Audrey Wood, When I Was Little: A Four.

Self-concept consistency is viewed as central to authenticity and adjustment in Western cultures. The authors propose that the implications of self-concept consistency depend on both the cultural background of the individual and the type of consistency involved.

Specifically, although consistency of the self-concept across different contexts may be less important in East Asian than Western. SOCIAL COMPARISON, SELF-CONSISTENCY, AND THE CONCEPT OF SELF * STAN MORSE University of Michigan KENNETH J.

GERGEN: Swarthmore College, The social comparison process presents a potential source of instability in self-conception. In this study, job applicants casually encountered a stimulus. Social Comparison, Self-Consistency, and the Concept of Self Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 16(1) September with 2, Reads.

Part V: Self-Presentation. Leary, L. Tchividjian, & B. Kraxberger, Self-Presentation Can Be Hazardous to Your Health: Impression Management and Health Risk.

Tice, Self-Concept Change and Self-Presentation: The Looking Glass Self is also a Magnifying Glass. Part VI: Self-Esteem. Campbell, Self-Esteem and Clarity of the Self-Concept. tion that verifies their self-concept—regardless of the positivity or negativity of the self-concept.

Individuals are motivated to pursue the fa-miliar and the consistent. Most of us want our belief systems to have internal consistency— what Fritz Heider () would have called cognitive balance.

In fact. The Relation Between Morale & Metacognitive Thinking Skills With Self-consistency for Young Runners. Uploaded by. The Swedish Journal of Scientific Research (SJSR) ISSN: A Self-Concept Based Theory.

How to Self-publish and Market Your Book. Author Joanna Penn. Rating: 5 out of. Self-Consistency Theory Self-Consistency Theory was developed by Prescott Lecky in the s and focuses on the importance of the self in the regulation of thoughts and ideas.

The basis of this theory proposes that people use self helping measures to maintain constancy (or consistency) of ideas within an individual. Morse, S. & Gergen, K. Social comparison, self-consistency and the concept of self.

Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 16, Rogers, C. A theory of therapy, personality and interpersonal relationships as developed in the client-centered framework. In (ed.) S. Koch,Psychology: A study of a science. The self-concept is a rich and complex social representation.

In addition to our thoughts about who we are right now, the self-concept includes thoughts about our past self—our experiences, accomplishments, and failures—and about our future self—our hopes, plans, goals, and possibilities (Oyserman, Bybee, Terry, & Hart-Johnson, ).

Developed from theories of the self-concept, a structural model relating these two constructs was posited such that: (1) self-esteem is causally prior to self-consistency and (2). Self-concept consistency typically refers to the consistency with which people view aspects of themselves (e.g., traits, motives, goals) across varying contexts (e.g., Block,Donahue et al.,Sheldon et al., ).

That is, a person who views himself or herself differently in different contexts (e.g., shy at work but not at home) is thought to have low self-concept consistency. Developed from theories of the self-concept, a structural model relating these two constructs was posited such that (1) self-esteem is causally prior to self-consistency, and (2) the effect of self-esteem is (at least partially) mediated by other components of the self-concept (self-consciousness, the tendency to fantasize, and the tendency to.

self-concept: self-esteem and self-consistency. Research has shown that high self-esteem is associated with greater consistency. Developed from theories of the self-concept, a structural model relating these two constructs was posited such that: (1) self-esteem is causally prior to self-consistency.

cations on the self-concept and the self-esteem of an individual. Work by Simmons, Rosenberg, and Rosenberg (), Blyth, Simmons, and Bush (), and Simmons, Blyth, Van Cleave, and Bush () have shown that the transition into a junior high school can have a disturbing effect on self-esteem, self-consciousness, and the stability of the self.

Staying Consistent Over the Long-haul. Taking everything we have discussed into account, it’s clear that the key to success is of course consistency-in-action. However, to truly accelerate your results you need to also take massive action consistently over an extended period of time.

Doing little things in a small way consistently over time will make a huge difference over the long-haul. view about self-concept and how it relates to a student's performance in school. Let us look at some of these views. What Is Self-Concept? One position, held by Lecky (1), is that self-consistency is so necessary as to be the prime motivator of all be havior.

Thus, a child who comes to.Whereas, the self-concept refers to what we think about ourselves in general. 2. Self-consistency that denotes the ego-centrism which means the tendency for an individual to behave consistently with a view of - Consumer Behavior By Walid ABRAZ 6 7.Self-concept. Self-concept, or how people usually think of themselves is the most important personal factor that influences current self-representation.

This is especially true for attributes that are important and self-defining. Self-concept is also known as the self-schema, made of innumerable smaller self-schemas that are "chronically.