The Construction of the Self: A Developmental Perspective

  title={The Construction of the Self: A Developmental Perspective},
  author={Susan Harter and Robert L. Leahy},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy},
  pages={383 - 384}
  • S. Harter, R. Leahy
  • Published 1 January 2001
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy
Contemporary Issues and Historical Perspectives. The Normative Development of Self-representations during Childhood. The Normative Development of Self-representations during Adolescence. The Developmental Emergence of Self-conscious Emotions. The Content, Valence, and Organization of Self-evaluative Judgments. Discrepancies between Real and Ideal Self-concepts. Social Sources of Individual Differences in Self-evaluation. A Model of the Causes, Correlates, and Consequences of Global Self-worth… 
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