On the Motivational Primacy of the Individual Self : ‘ I ’ Is Stronger than ‘ We ’

Abstract

The self-concept is dynamic, with momentary definition shifting from a representation of self as a unique and independent social agent to an undifferentiated and interchangeable group member. Indeed, the individual self and collective self are fundamental components of the self-concept, with each being important and meaningful to human experience. However… (More)

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