Self and relationships

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Looking glass self (Reflected Self) James, Cooley, Mead
How we perceive others view us
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Round Robin Design (Kenny et al, 1993)
Go round asking how participants viewed others, Individuals tend to overestimate how others feel towards them
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The Michelangelo Phenomenon (Kumashiro, 2009)
Model of how close partners sculpt one another to each persons ideal self over the course of long term interdependence
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Partner affirmation
Partners expectations and behaviours that are congruent with the individuals ideal self
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Self movement towards ideal
Degree to which the self moves closer to the ideal
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Possible selves Markus (1986)
Schemas people hold of what they may become in the future
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Self fulfilling prophecy
Eliciting behaviours from others that are consistent with expectations
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Four category model of attachment (Bartholomew & Horowitz, 1991)
+S+O= Secure +S-O= Dismissive -S-O= Fearful -S+O= Preoccupied
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Holmes & Cameron (2005)
Expected unresponsiveness from significant others are incorporated into a negative self model and expressed as negative self worth and anxiety
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Crocker & Wolfe (2001)
Parental expectations about who one should be, what one should accomplish and who one is strongly influence self worth
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Lopez, Baldwin & Carrell (1990)
In a second study catholic women evaluated themselves more negatively after exposure to the pope
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Shah (2003)
Priming participants with subliminal cues of their father caused them to approach a task according to their fathers expectations and values
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Self expansion model (Aron, 1997)
Acquisition of new attributes, resources and abilities due to a close relationship with another individual
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Go round asking how participants viewed others, Individuals tend to overestimate how others feel towards them

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Round Robin Design (Kenny et al, 1993)

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Model of how close partners sculpt one another to each persons ideal self over the course of long term interdependence

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Partners expectations and behaviours that are congruent with the individuals ideal self

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Degree to which the self moves closer to the ideal

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