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NURS 231 (concepts)

Self-Concept & Sexuality flashcards

What do you assess for self-concept? 1. Posture 2. Appearance 3. Demeanor 4. Eye contact 5. Grooming 6. Unusual behavior
Define: Self-esteem Individual's overall feeling of self-worth
Define: Role Performance The way in which individuals perceive their own ability to carry out significant roles
Define: Identity Internal sense of individuality, wholeness, and consistency of a person over time and in different situations
Individuals with _____ self-esteem are better equipped to cope with life's stressors. High
What development stage is crucial for identity development? A. Infancy B. Young Adult C. Adolescence D. Preschool Age C. Adolescence
The way individual's view and feel about themselves is known as a person's: Self-concept
__ is subjective and includes self-identity, body image, role performance, and self-esteem. Self-concept
Individuals who have a ____ body image have a tendency to be a risk for suicidal thoughts Negative
_____ _____, a component of self-concept, refers to the way individuals perceive their appearance, size, and body structure. Body Image
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