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selves

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n.
Plural of self.

selves.

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The purpose of the study was to examine the students' possible selves as a variable that could potentially assist researchers and practitioners in designing interventions for students who risk their academic performance by resorting to detrimental, self-worth protective strategies.
Looking back on the first year of his program, Johnny highlighted the importance of these opportunities to try out desired and feared selves in developing his professional identity:
Another study used narratives to examine the use of the concept of possible selves when examining career choice and career goals.
IT'S NICE TO SEE A Play of Selves again and feel that the piece is appreciated, but it's also embarrassing in a way, because some of it is really kind of corny.
These young women all had notions of who they were before they entered the convent, but those perceptions changed as they became new selves in their new community.
In the process of developing a self-concept, we attach ourselves to some of these possible selves and not to others, hence creating an emotionally-charged identification with their viability.
Our selves are not something ethereal, something forged from a separate reality.
He has many selves, but there are times when he must be political above all else or he will lose all of his other selves.
Kenny Reed and Nate Jones have taken their stylish selves over to Planet Earth clothing where they are sure to look smashing.
This exhibition is a collaborative way for students to learn about their built and physical environment while allowing them to express their selves creatively and emotionally.
Contrary to practitioner-developed materials, the development of The Future Selves Curricular series structured the development of materials around a theoretical framework.