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Merriam Webster says that self is "the entirety of an individual, the realization or embodiment of an abstraction" (1).
Research indicates that those who have been repeatedly abused are the most likely to inflict self injury (Favazza & Rosenthal, 1993; Kehrberg, 1997; McLane, 1996; Simpson, 1981; Zila & Kiselica, 2001).
Effects of selffocus, discrepancy between self and standard, and outcome expectancy favorability on the tendency to match self to standard or to withdraw.
Indeed, the artist's observation, foregrounded as a sort of epigraph for the show, that "professional self-investigation--which is what a good self portrait is--is as noble a search as any other" would also seem to signal an awareness of his project's situation within the social world and a recognition that no matter how hermetic the conditions of their creation, sufficiently penetrating forms of self-expression have the power to communicate meaningfully beyond the context of the individual.
Female campers in an all female camp setting exhibited a higher statistically significant self perception of working with groups than male campers following camp.
There is no doubt that career theories address the self construct from very different angles, based on diverse philosophical backgrounds and with varied purposes.
Nature turns all things to self, and contends and disputes for self.
Conceiving of a Self prior to and as master of writing provides the conceptual basis for interpreting Invisible Man as a Bildungsroman.
In the latter, the power of the text (Thomistic theology allied with the political powers that be) offers the alternative to the turn to the self, although the modern self is still evident in colonial mentalities and the narcissistic and aggressive assimilation of native peoples.
Rather, it is grounded in the relation one has to one's self as that self stands in relation to the world.
Thanks to technology that literally gets inside people's heads, researchers now are probing how the brain contributes to a sense of self and to perceptions of one's body and its control.
The Self-Publishing Manual: How to Write, Print and Self Your Own Book (14th edition)
The psychodynamic-oriented emotional dysregulation theory holds that self-injury is the result of anger turned inward on the self (Feldman, 1988) and that the self-injury results in emotional catharsis (Crowe & Bunclark, 2000).
The Hampshire Companies, a full-service real estate firm with a diversified national portfolio, announced recent activities within its Hampshire Self Storage Fund LLC, a self-managed private real estate investment fund.
The students" self concepts increased in three of the experimental classes and in the control class: however, a significant decline occurred in teacher perceptions of student self concept in the control class; as opposed to the experimental classes.