Social and Self-Perception
Social and Self-Perception CDFS 3330
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Notes Week 4 Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships CDFS 3330-001 9/13/16 -Forming and Maintaining Self-Concept Cont’d -Culture and Gender -Cultures: Individualistic: (independent self-perception) : Collectivist: (interdependent self- perception) -Gender: (Stereotypes of success): Females- caretakers : Males- Money makers -Function, Accuracy, and Effects of Self-Perception: -Functions: Predictor of behavior- Low or high level of self-concept predicts behavior : Self-fulfilling prophecy- If you believe you can do it, then you can : Filtering messages-Depends on who the comment comes from : Word-selection/tone of voice- How we talk about ourselves with others; how we perceive and communicate with others : Self-talk: Moderator of Internal Messages: Transactional Analysis (Berne: 3 Egos): 1) Parent (ego state): “Don’t do that.” 2) Child (ego state): Irrational “I want to.” 3) Adult (ego state): Reason : Self-talk: Self-empowerment exercise: Positive self-talk -Influence of Word Selection: “I have failed 3 times.” : “I am a failure.” -Changing Self-Perception: Altering attitudes of mind -83% of what you say to yourself is negative. 9/15/16 Notes -Use of self-empowerment exercise to (communication contract): -Remind me to do this - Positive self-talk -Awareness Wheel: Analyze the situation