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self - concept

chapter 41

QuestionAnswer
positive self concept better understand of who you are
positive self concept pt will have a higher self esteem
negative self concept pt will have less realistic expectations and low self esteem
three dimensions of self-concept self-knowledge, self-expectation,self-evaluation
self-knowledge global self. all basic facts/feelings of self
self-expectation the ideal self
self-evalualtion self-respect/self-approval. how well do I like myself.
four bases of self esteem significance, competence, virtue, power
significance pt feel significant if loved by people important to them
competence way tasks are performed that important to the person
virtue attainment of moral/ethical standards
power influence over self or others
formation of self concept infant learns from enviroment. if basic needs are met then child has positive self concept
stages in development of self self-awareness, self-recognition, self-definition, self-concept
self-awareness developed in infancy. needs have to be met
self-recogintion (toddler) develop who they are outside parents
self-definition (pre-school) develop independence
self-concept (school age) con
positive self concept better understand of who you are
positive self concept pt will have a higher self esteem
negative self concept pt will have less realistic expectations and low self esteem
three dimensions of self-concept self-knowledge, self-expectation,self-evaluation
self-knowledge global self. all basic facts/feelings of self
self-expectation the ideal self
self-evalualtion self-respect/self-approval. how well do I like myself.
four bases of self esteem significance, competence, virtue, power
significance pt feel significant if loved by people important to them
competence way tasks are performed that important to the person
virtue attainment of moral/ethical standards
power influence over self or others
formation of self concept infant learns from enviroment. if basic needs are met then child has positive self concept
stages in development of self self-awareness, self-recognition, self-definition, self-concept
self-awareness developed in infancy. needs have to be met
self-recogintion (toddler) develop who they are outside parents
self-definition (pre-school) develop independence
self-concept (school age) comparision of self to peers
factors affecting self-concept culture, developmental level, hx of sucess/failure, internal/external resources
assessing self concept personal identity, body image,sefl-esteem, role performance
personal identity how one describes one's self to others
body image subjective view of self
role performance maybe more than one but to include patient
assessing self -esteem socialization, significance, competence, virtue, power pt feels they have
how to help pt maintain sense of self communicate worth, acknowledge pt status/role, speak to pt respectfully, move pt body respectfully, respect privacy, all pt to express negative feelings, help pt recognize strengths
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