WCPCG-2011 Self-reported frequency , content , and functions of inner speech

Abstract

This study obtained information about the frequency, content, and functions of inner speech by asking 380 participants what they typically say to themselves using an open-format thought-listing procedure. Participants mostly reported talking to themselves about themselves—i.e., evaluating the self, emotions, physical appearance, and relationships. Self… (More)

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