People operate at one of four levels of self-awareness. What are the 4 levels?
________ _________ is the level at which we are unaware of our own incompetence. We don't know what we don't know.
________ _________ is the level at which we become aware that we are not competent; we know what we don't know
________ ________ is the level at which we are aware that we know or can do something but it has not yet become an integrated skill or habit.
______ _________ is the level at which skills become second nature
You can't convey the _____ of who you are to others.
___________ is your identity, your subjective description of who you think you are, how you see you as a person
___________ is your view of yourself in a particular situation or circumstance
attitude, beliefs, values
What are the 3 components of self-concept?
______ is a learned predisposition to respond to a person, object, or idea in a favorable or unfavorable way
_____ are the way in which you structure your understanding of reality--what is true and what is false.
_______ are enduring concepts of good and bad, right and wrong
material, social, spiritual
What are the 3 selves?
Philosopher _____ _______ identified the 3 components of the self.
The ______ self is the element of self that is reflected in all of the tangible things you own.
Your ______ self is your concept of self as developed through your own personal social interactions with others.
Your ______ self consists of all your internal thoughts and introspections about your values and moral standards
Communication with others, association with groups, assumed roles, and self-labels
What are the 4 ways self-concept develops?
multidimensional and changing, involves responsiveness to others, develop in both past and present relationships, can be avowed and ascribed
What are the 4 characteristics of one's identity according to John Stewart? They are _______
An _______ identity is one your personally assign to yourself and act out
An _______ identity is assigned to you by others
We are ______ ________, which is the human ability to think about what we're doing while we're doing it.
___________ is our assessment of our value as a person, reflected in our perception of such things as our skills, abilities, talents, and appearance
______ pertains to ones's enduring identity, while _________ pertains more to one's current state of mind or view of self
______ is the biological/physiological characteristics that make a person male or female
______ is a cultural construction that contains psychological characteristics but also includes your sex, you attitudes about appropriate roles and behavior for the sexes in society, and your sexual orientation
A process called _____ ______, in which we measure ourselves against others, is one way we become more aware of ourselves and derive our sense of self-worth.
The _____ _____ is a continual cycle of viewing physically "perfect" models, hating them, then growing to like them, love them, followed by efforts to emulate them, failing those efforts, resenting them again, and REPEAT
_______________ are goals we set for ourselves about how we believe we ought to behave and what we ought to accomplish
A concept related to the creation of self-expectations is the _______ _________, the idea that what you believe about yourself often comes true because you expect it to.