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Cultural Psychology Chapter 5

Cultural Psychology Chapter 5 Courtesy Of Heine
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independent view of self
a model of the self where identity is thought to come from inner attributes that reflect an essence of the individual & remain stable
interdependent view of self
a model of the self in which people are perceived not as distinct individuals but as a part of a whole
subjective self-awareness
a state of mind where individuals consider themselves from the view of the subject and demonstrate little awareness of themselves as individuals
objective self-awareness
a state of mind in which individuals consider how they appear to others and are conscioius of being evaluated
incremental theory of self
a view of the self in which a person's abilities and traits are malleable and can be improved
five factor model of personality
there are five underlying personalities by use of any substantial list of personality traits
openness to experience
a personality trait that reflects a person's intelligence and curiosity about the world; part of the five factor model of personality
conscientiousness
a personality trait that indicates how responsible and dependable an individual is; part of the five factor model of personality
extraversion
a personality trait that indicates how active or dominant an individual is; part of the five factor model of personality
agreeableness
a personality trait that indicates how warm or pleasant an individual is; part of the Five Factor Model of Personality
neurotism
a personality trait that indicates how emotionally unstable and unpredictable individual is; part of the Five Factor Model or Personality
entity theory of self
a view of the self in which a person's abilities and traits are largely innate features that the individual cannot change


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