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PSY 110 WEEK 3 QUIZ 3 CHAPTER 3

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PSY 110 WEEK 3 QUIZ 3 CHAPTER 3

Match the letter with the correct definition.
a. Temporary psychological state in which you take yourself as an object of attention
b. Self develops through social interaction and reflected appraisal
c. A concept that includes self-awareness and symbol usage
d. Self-concepts that consist of attributive self-descriptions
e. The process of seeking out and interpreting situations so as to attain a positive view of oneself
f. The process of seeking out and interpreting situations so as to confirm one’s self-concept
g. The ability to move between cultural belief systems when prompted by social cues
h. The process of controlling and directing one’s own actions
i. The idea that through self-awareness, a person can assess whether he or she is meeting goals and standards
j. Self-concepts that consist of social self-descriptions
k. Refers to our unconscious and unintentional self-evaluation
l. Distancing from ingroup members’ failures
m. Self as known
n. Beliefs (or hypotheses) people have about themselves
o. Sum total of a person’s thoughts and feelings that defines the self as an object
p. The evaluation of a person’s own self-concept
q. An individual’s personal identification with a certain ethnic group
r. Self as a process of emotional identification
s. Tendency to be aware of the private self-aspects
t. Refers to our conscious and deliberate self-evaluation
u. Chronic tendency to engage in self-awareness
v. The area of the brain responsible for higher mental processing, including abstract thought and planning
w. Framework for processing information based on its perceived female or male qualities
x. Tendency to be aware of the publicly displayed self-aspects
y. Self as knower
z. Embracing ingroup members’ successes

1. I
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2. Me
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3. James’s view of self
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4. Mead’s view of self
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5. The self
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6. Frontal lobes and cerebral cortex
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7. Self-concept
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8. Self-awareness
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9. Independent self
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10. Interdependent self
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11. Cultural frame switching
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12. Self-consciousness
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13. Private self-consciousness
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14. Public self-consciousness
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15. Self-regulation
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16. Control theory of self-regulation
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17. Self-schemas
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18. Gender schemas
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19. Self-enhancement
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20. Self-verification
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21. Self-esteem
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22. Explicit self-esteem
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23. Implicit self-esteem
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24. Ethnic identity
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25. BIRGing
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26. CORFing
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27. The ______ ______ is the outer layer of brain tissue that is responsible for higher-level cognitive abilities.
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28. In his theory of the self, Mead focused on ______ ______ as primary determinants of self-beliefs.
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29. Your sister gets turned down for an important job she has been wanting for some time. Your response to her bad news hits you hard—almost as hard as your sister herself is taking it. William James would say that your response reflects ______ ______ with your sister, who has become a part of “you.”
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30. Sociological social psychology has taken Mead’s idea that people shape reality through their social relations and developed the ______ ______ theory of the self.
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31. ______ ______ ______ has been studied among toddlers, dolphins, and chimpanzees by adding new marks on subjects’ bodies and placing them in front of a mirror.
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32. If I find myself reflecting on my personal standards and internal emotional states, I am ________ _______ _________.
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33. The relationship between depression and the state of ________ ________ ________ might be due to the extended critical self-analysis when one’s actions fall short of some goal.
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34. You catch yourself on videotape as you walk into a department store, which moves you into a state of ________ ________ _________.
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35. A _______ is a mental framework for processing relevant information.
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36. Knowledge that one is male or female and processing information related to maleness and femaleness are aspects of ______ _______.
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37. Walking into a room full of children, the aspect of yourself that pertains to being an adult becomes particularly salient. This process describes the elicitation of the _____ _____ ______.
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38. The _____ _____ ______ is a self-report method of assessing self-concept through completing statements that begin “I am¼.”
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39. A person who has a dual view of the self because of living in both individualistic and collectivistic cultures is called a _______.
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40. People from India are more likely to express an ________ self, while people from Europe are more likely to have an ________ self.
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41. The desire, driven by emotional processes, to hear only good things about oneself is called _______ _______.
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42. The desire, driven by cognitive processes, to hear only things about oneself that one believes are true is called _______.
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43. People with high self-esteem may become _________ if someone challenges their favorable self-assessments.
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