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1955 23
1956 14
1957 25
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1959 24
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1961 30
1962 38
1963 84
1964 146
1965 294
1966 169
1967 208
1968 190
1969 198
1970 178
1971 197
1972 283
1973 323
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1984 259
1985 242
1986 281
1987 339
1988 363
1989 430
1990 498
1991 489
1992 500
1993 489
1994 489
1995 533
1996 577
1997 704
1998 759
1999 766
2000 822
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2002 920
2003 1153
2004 1219
2005 1402
2006 1673
2007 1909
2008 2179
2009 2375
2010 2533
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2012 2930
2013 3173
2014 3227
2015 3405
2016 3333
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2018 3011
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Self-Concept Clarity and Online Self-Presentation in Adolescents.
Fullwood C, et al. Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw 2016. PMID 27830930
Adolescence is an important time in the development of self-concept; however, little is known about how clarity of self-concept relates to online behavior. ...Adolescents with a more stable self-concept reported presenting an online self which was more consistent with their offline self-presentation. ...
Adolescence is an important time in the development of self-concept; however, little is known about how clarity of self
Relationships among sexual self-concept and sexual risk cognition toward sexual self-efficacy in adolescents: cause-and-effect model testing.
Hsu HY, et al. Jpn J Nurs Sci 2015. PMID 25346398
Sexual self-concept significantly predicted sexual risk cognition and sexual self-efficacy. Sexual risk cognition significantly predicted sexual self-efficacy and had a mediating effect on the relationship between sexual self-concept and sexual self-efficacy. ...Also, sexual self-concept's direct and indirect effects explaining adolescents' sexual self-efficacy were found in this study....
Sexual self-concept significantly predicted sexual risk cognition and sexual self-efficacy. Sexual risk cognition signi …
The psychology of change: self-affirmation and social psychological intervention.
Cohen GL and Sherman DK. Annu Rev Psychol 2014 - Review. PMID 24405362
People have a basic need to maintain the integrity of the self, a global sense of personal adequacy. Events that threaten self-integrity arouse stress and self-protective defenses that can hamper performance and growth. However, an intervention known as self-affirmation can curb these negative outcomes. Self-affirmation interventions typically have people write about core personal values. ...
People have a basic need to maintain the integrity of the self, a global sense of personal adequacy. Events that threaten self
Self-esteem, academic self-concept, and aggression at school.
Taylor LD, et al. Aggress Behav 2007. PMID 17441013 Free article.
The present study explores the relation between academic self-concept, self-esteem, and aggression at school. Longitudinal data from a racially diverse sample of middle-school students were analyzed to explore how academic self-concept influenced the likelihood of aggressing at school and whether high self-concept exerted a different pattern of influence when threatened. ...Results suggest that, in general, students with low self-concept in achievement domains are more likely to aggress at school than those with high self-concept. ...
The present study explores the relation between academic self-concept, self-esteem, and aggression at school. Longitudi …
Academic self-handicapping: the role of self-concept clarity and students' learning strategies.
Thomas CR and Gadbois SA. Br J Educ Psychol 2007. PMID 17411490
Regression analyses showed that self-concept clarity, self-regulation, surface-learning and test anxiety scores predicted self-handicapping scores. Self-concept clarity, test anxiety scores, academic self-efficacy and self-regulation were predictors of mid-term exam grades. ...
Regression analyses showed that self-concept clarity, self-regulation, surface-learning and test anxiety scores predict …
Self-concept and physical self-concept in psychiatric children and adolescents.
Simons J, et al. Res Dev Disabil 2012. PMID 22245732
Self-concept is a widely examined construct in the area of psychiatric disorders. This study compared the Physical Self-Description Questionnaire (PSDQ) scores of adolescents with psychiatric disorders (N=103) with the results of a matched group of non-clinical adolescents (N=103). Self-concept and Physical self-concept were lower in the clinical than in the non-clinical group. Girls (N=59) scored lower than boys (N=44) in both groups. ...
Self-concept is a widely examined construct in the area of psychiatric disorders. This study compared the Physical Self
Sex work and three dimensions of self-esteem: self-worth, authenticity and self-efficacy.
Benoit C, et al. Cult Health Sex 2018. PMID 28548011
Using thematic analysis based on a three-dimensional conception of self-esteem - self-worth (viewing oneself in a favourable light), authenticity (being one's true self) and self-efficacy (competency) - we shed light on the relationship between involvement in sex work and self-esteem. Findings demonstrate that the relationship between sex work and self-esteem is complex: the majority of participants discussed multiple dimensions of self-esteem and often spoke of how sex work had both positive and negative effects on their sense of self. ...
Using thematic analysis based on a three-dimensional conception of self-esteem - self-worth (viewing oneself in a favou …
Mapping the self in the brain's default mode network.
Davey CG, et al. Neuroimage 2016. PMID 26892855 Free article.
While the DMN is important for such processes, it has functions other than self-reference, and self-referential processes are supported by regions outside of the DMN. ...Within areas commonly activated by self-reference and rest we sought to identify those that showed additional functional specialization for self-referential processes: these being not only activated by self-reference and rest but also showing increased activity in self-reference versus rest. ...
While the DMN is important for such processes, it has functions other than self-reference, and self-referential processes are …
Lower self-positivity and its association with self-esteem in women with borderline personality disorder.
Winter D, et al. Behav Res Ther 2018. PMID 30165335
Self-esteem, the global attitude towards one's self, is low in persons with borderline personality disorder (BPD). This may be partially due to the ways these persons protect or enhance the self. ...We assessed explicit self-esteem via self-report (Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale) and implicit self-esteem via the Initial Preference Task in women with BPD and healthy control women. ...
Self-esteem, the global attitude towards one's self, is low in persons with borderline personality disorder (BPD). This may be
[Body image and body image distortion]
Ábrahám I, et al. Orv Hetil 2017 - Review. PMID 28490240 Hungarian.
The results of different studies on cognitive information processing are reviewed, the question of perceptual accuracy is addressed and the concepts of embodiment are examined. ...First, the concept is contextualized along different continua, then discussed in a clinical sense along with the complexity of diagnostic methods, as well as the state and trait aspects of body image distortion. ...
The results of different studies on cognitive information processing are reviewed, the question of perceptual accuracy is addressed and the …
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