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by Louis Oppenheimer,Annerieke Oosterwegel

  • ISBN: 0805812164
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Louis Oppenheimer,Annerieke Oosterwegel
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Psychology Press (November 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1472 kb
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This book presents a longitudinal study dealing with developmental changes within and between self-concepts and .

This book presents a longitudinal study dealing with developmental changes within and between self-concepts and their relation to personal functioning. The self-system is now thought to consist of a collection of self-concepts in which a distinction is made between domain-specific self-concepts - the real and ideal - and context-related self-concepts - the academic, the athletic and the social. It is also considered to be subjective rather than objective.

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The Self-System : Developmental Changes Between and Within Self-Concepts. This book presents a longitudinal study dealing with developmental changes within and between self-concepts and their relation to personal functioning. by Annerieke Oosterwegel and Louis Oppenheimer. This interest is reinforced by the emphasis on individuality in Western society.

Annerieke Oosterwegel, Louis Oppenheimer.

Annerieke Oosterwegel, Louis Oppenheimer

Annerieke Oosterwegel, Louis Oppenheimer. This subjective self involves characteristics such as continuity and distinctiveness from others.

The Self-system: Developmental Changes Between and Within Self-concepts. This article examines age-related changes in the conceptions children and adolescents hold about peace, war, and strategies to attain peace. Annerieke Oosterwegel, L. J. T. Oppenheimer. A Theoretical Overview and Resulting Model on the Self-System. Reliability and Related Data. Differentiation Between Intraindividual Self-Concepts. These were expected to change from concrete, materiall. More).

Authors and affiliations. Annerieke Oosterwegel. Concepts within the self-concept: A developmental study on differentiation. The Self-System: Developmental Changes between and within Self-Concepts. In L. Oppemheimer (E., The Self-Concept: European Perspectives on its Development, Aspects, and Applications (pp. 9–21). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer. Oosterwegel, . & Oppenheimer, L. (1993). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. (1993a). Development of the self-system: How children perceive their own and others’ ideas about themselves.

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This book presents a longitudinal study dealing with developmental changes within and between self-concepts and their relation to personal functioning. Within the psychological literature -- and the developmental literature in particular -- the interest in the ideas people hold about themselves and their relation with personal functioning is rapidly growing. This interest is reinforced by the emphasis on individuality in Western society. The self-system is now thought to consist of a collection of self-concepts in which a distinction is made between domain-specific self-concepts -- the real and ideal -- and context-related self-concepts -- the academic, the athletic and the social. It is also considered to be subjective rather than objective. This subjective self involves characteristics such as continuity and distinctiveness from others. These characteristics have been the primary focus of recent research. In existing literature on the development of the self-system, little is known about the structural characteristics -- that is, developmental changes in the interrelationships among domain-specific and context-related self-concepts, or between and within self-concepts. Similarly, little information is available about the relationships between individuals' real and ideal self concepts, their perceived concepts of others, and the actual ideas others have about the same individuals. This book integrates hitherto separate and different components or aspects of self-knowledge into one encompassing, multidimensional self-system.