self-perception


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self-perception

(sĕlf′pər-sĕp′shən)
n.
An awareness of the characteristics that constitute one's self; self-knowledge.
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Researchers found that youths receiving inpatient help had poorer self-concept than those getting help on an outpatient basis, based on an analysis of the self-perceptions of a few dozen adolescents between ages 8 and 17.
Moreover, Levy (2003) proposed a theory involving not only aging stereotypes but linking to them two other concepts embedded in the broad aging stereotypes semantic network and their relations: self-stereotypes and self-perception on aging.
However, diet quality self-perception has still been an underexplored indicator, despite its potential to identify intervention-targeted groups, aiming at promoting a healthy lifestyle, similarly to what occurs with the self-perceived health indicator.
The DREEM questionnaire11 evaluated aspects of perception of learning environment on the basis of 50 items or statements, each scored 0-4 on a 5-point Likert scale (0 = strongly disagree (SD) to 4 = strongly agree (SA)) which were later summed into subscales; students' perceptions of learning (PoL; 12 items, maximum score 48), students' perceptions of teachers (PoT; 11 items, maximum score 44),students' academic self-perception (ASP; 8 items, maximum score 32), students' perceptions of atmosphere (PoA; 12 items, maximum score 48), students' social self-perceptions(SSP; 7 items, maximum score 28).
Table 2 demonstrates the lack of association of farming activity duration to hearing disorders self-perception, and hearing loss risk factors.
The scores for perception of teacher and academic self-perception were comparable while the scores for perception of learning and social self perception were higher in the 3rd year students.
We believe this may have resulted in the children's increased self-perception related to their athletic ability, said Martha Archuleta, PhD, RD, lead author of the study.
Conversely, we concluded that it would be reasonable to expect that interpersonal trust would produce an inhibitory effect on betrayal, irrespective of heterosexual charm self-perception.
Self-perception is an overall self-reference to an understanding of oneself (Fox, 1997; Sell & Ransdell, 2005).
positive self-perception would correlate with high self-esteem) and both priming activities involved writing statements that reflected self-perceptions, we controlled for the valence of self-perceptions in our analysis.
So these two cognitive variables, self-perception and test anxiety, appear to be associated with each other [19],
28% of total score) for students' social self-perception points towards a social life that is 'Not too bad'.