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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The score of the students' academic self-perception was 22.5/32 with SD 0.96 (70.3), looking more positive.
The distribution between the total score of the VHI and the question about self-perception showed that the participants who rated their voices as excellent presented with low score in the VHI, suggesting little or no voice handicap.
The prevalence of negative self-perception of health in the general population of adults and the elderly has been around 20% both in studies conducted in Brazil and other countries, and is generally higher in women, people with more advanced age, with lower income and schooling, higher morbidity and inadequate lifestyle (3-10).
A lack of information exists regarding the self-perception of OM among dental students in the Eastern region of Saudi Arabia.
* To find out the level of self-perception of students with visual impairment.
It was found that children with "lazy eye" had lower scholastic, social and athletic scores on a self-perception profile than the children in the control group.
Highest score was noted in the domain of student's academic self-perceptions (58.7%) and lowest in domain of student's perception of learning (53.7%).
In literature, self-efficacy is defined as "self-perception of one's own capacity for achieving a certain performance" and emphasized to have an important role on smoking cessation.
According to the study, self-concept among the inpatient group, as measured on the Self-Perception Profile for Children and Adolescents, was "significantly compromised."
In this field, the concept of self-efficacy, understood as the self-perception of individual capacities with an impact on effective performance, has been widely analyzed in small- and medium-sized companies from different countries.
Aging stereotype is a broad concept defined as a cliche or a set of views used for characterizing older people, but encompassing a network of constructs that have not been well distinguished: cultural stereotypes, when the stereotype is attributed to a given culture, country, community; personal stereotypes, when the stereotype is attributed to the respondent; self-stereotyping, when the stereotype refers to the respondent him/her-self; and self-perception of aging, when an individual is referring to him/her-self and the process of aging.
Conclusion: Assessment by Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure endorsed approval of conducive learning environment with reference to atmosphere, teaching, learning, sense of well-being, academic self-perception and achievement by all medical students.