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Self & Society Final Exam
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Overcoming challenges determines our identity throughout the lifespan.
Children's reasoning of moral dilemmas progresses throughout the lifespan.
The self is produced by the interaction between cognitions, the environment, and behavior.
The construct of self is a function of observing and imitating the behavior of others
The self is dependent upon individual motivation to satisfy a set of hierarchical needs.
The ideal self can be achieved after meeting all other hierarchical needs.
The looking glass self
The self is influenced by societal factors and how we believe others perceive us.
The bio-ecological systems theory
The self is influenced by a set of intersecting sociocultural systems.
Being deprived of social contact can limit the development of the self.
A social support can contribute to the development of a strong sense of self.
Some individuals demonstrate resilience despite having difficult environments.
Both interpersonal and intrapersonal processes play a role in the development of self and identity.
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