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Implicit self-theories of shyness predictors and correlates in preadolescence by Junru Zhao

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Published by Brock University, Dept. of Psychology in St. Catharines, Ont .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bashfulness in children.,
  • Personality in children.

Book details:

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Statementby Junru Zhao.
The Physical Object
Pagination99 leaves :
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23306101M

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Three studies examined implicit self-theories in relation to shy people's goals, responses, and consequences within social situations. Shy incremental theorists were more likely than shy entity theorists to view social situations as a learning opportunity and to approach social settings (Study 1). Shy incremental theorists were less likely to use strategies aimed at avoiding social. betweenimplicitself-theoriesofshynessandchildren'sothershyness-relatedbeliefs (perceptions of others'theories of shyness, shyness as aperceivedproblem,and ideas about treatmentforshyness).Forty-sixyear-oldchildren (M = , SD). Implicit theories of shyness refer to a beUef that shyness is a fixed trait versus the belief that shyness is changeable and controllable. In this study, I explored the association between overall shyness and children's implicit self-theories of shyness, as well as between implicit self-theories of shyness and children's other shyness-related beliefs (perceptions of others' theories of shyness. Beer, J.S. Implicit Self-Theories of Shyness - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. study.

  (). Implicit Self-Theories in the Academic Domain: Implications for Goal Orientation, Attributions, Affect, and Self-Esteem Change. Self and Identity: Vol. 1, No.   The model also makes explicit the implicit self-theories of shyness and the degree to which being willing to see one’s shyness as a malleable emotional state, rather than a fixed personality trait, is associated with taking advantage of social learning opportunities (Beer, ; Dweck, Chiu, & . socio-cultural niches (sports or games). The model also makes explicit the implicit self-theories of shyness and the degree to which being willing to see one’s shyness as a malleable emotional state rather than a fixed personality trait is associated with taking advantage of social learning opportunities (Beer, ; Dweck, , ). For. also makes explicit the implicit self-theories of shyness and the degree to which being willing to see one’s shyness as a malleable emotional state, rather than a fixed personality trait, is associated with taking advantage of social learning opportunities (Beer, .

  Two hundred eighty Norwegian participants were given a Norwegian translation of the implicit personality theories measure. Participants then read two essays, one advocating the pro‐life position and the other advocating the pro‐choice position on the abortion issue. Implicit self-theories of shyness., Journal of Personality and Social.   Implicit self-theories of shyness. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 83, Implicit or self-theories of ability refer to individuals’ views on the stability and changeability of personal attributes. Two lay theories are argued to exist: an entity theory, whereby individuals consider qualities and attributes of the self or others to be fixed and trait like, and an incremental theory, whereby qualities and attributes are thought to be dynamic and changeable, and.   This innovative text sheds light on how people work -- why they sometimes function well and, at other times, behave in ways that are self-defeating or destructive. The author presents her groundbreaking research on adaptive and maladaptive cognitive-motivational patterns and shows:* How these patterns originate in people's self-theories* Their consequences for the person -- for .