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self-image

(sĕlf′ĭm′ĭj)
n.
The conception that one has of oneself, including an assessment of qualities and personal worth.

self-image

A person's conception of his or her own appearance, personality and capabilities.
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Drawing on moral licensing theory, we speculated that OCB would have an effect on PSRB by fostering moral self-image security.
Paddy Power have been told by the ASA to "ensure in future that they did not state or imply that gambling was a way to achieve financial security or improve self-image or selfesteem".
However, it may indicate an underlying response to low self-image and self-confidence issues.
Self-congruence theory (Sirgy, 1982) explains the impact of self-image congruence and its influence on consumer behavior.
Genital self-image as a component of sexual health: relationship between genital self-image, female sexual function, and quality of life measures.
In Offer Self-Image Questionnaire higher scores mean increase in the negative direction for self-image (Savasir, Sahin, Bilissel, 1997).
(Respect Individuality & Self Expression) Above campaign is designed to increase public awareness of the implications self-esteem and self-image can have on health and wellness, particularly in adolescents.
The self-image is powered by the ignorant selfish ideas originally integrated by Satan into the physics of the brain.
Having a negative self-image usually stems from experiences that have made a mark on you and stuck from childhood - and they can be hard to erase.
In Self-Image and Eating Disorders the disorders of anorexia, bulimia, obesity, compulsive eating, compulsive exercising, and orthorexia nervosa are introduced, as well the signs, causes, and treatments of an eating disorder.
The longstanding Canadian self-image as a country of cooperation, compromise, and peace has come under direct challenge in the early years of the 21st century by a right-wing party seeking a more robust sense of national destiny; a challenge reflected in the Conservative government's rapprochement with the United States and Israel and rejection of more multilateral stances in foreign policy, as well as rejecting the traditional values of "discussion, negotiation and compromise" domestically.
The self-image hypothesis suggests that physical activity has positive effects on body weight and body structure, leading to positive feedback from peers and improved self-image, and ultimately improving mental health.