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Notes Lecture 7

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Notes Lecture 7 14407

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Keziah Notetaker
Brooklyn college
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Psychology 2100
Alison Barren

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Psychology 2100
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Keziah Notetaker on Monday October 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 14407 at Brooklyn college taught by Alison Barren in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see Psychology 2100 in Psychlogy at Brooklyn college.

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Date Created: 10/19/15
Lecture 6 Self Control The ability to be in charge of one s own thoughts behaviors and emotions Selfregulatory resource model self control requires energy 0 Depletion of mental and biological resources results in less control Impression Management Attempting to get others to see you the way you want to be seen 0 Self Promotion Tendency to want others to think you are good usually unrealistic 0 Self Verification Tendency to want others to perceive us the way we perceive ourselves even if it is negative a very realistic thought process Strategies for Impression Management Ingratiation Using attery or praise to make yourself likeable to others 0 Selfhandicapping Creating obstacles to your own success so that potential failure can be blamed on external factors Behavioral People acting to reduce success ie not scheduling study time Reported Less extreme ready made excuses ie I m not feeling well Self Esteem People s evaluation of their own self worth and the extent to which they view themselves as good competent and decent Advantages of Self Esteem Motivates us to persevere in tough times 0 Positively correlated with psychological well being Disadvantages of Self Esteem There aren t any known disadvantages to the healthy confidence someone who has good self esteem Disadvantages of In ated Self Esteem Narcissism Respond poorly to criticism and rejection 0 Engage in destructive behavior 0 More likely to engage in addictive activities due to an overconfidence that they won t become addicted betting drinking


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