Changes in performance in relation to influences upon self-conceptualization


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Abstract

Reactions in terms of self-conceptualization were related to measurable behavior and subjected to cross-validation with statistically significant results. Direction of change in intelligence test score for high school students based on change in self-ranking and pattern of questionnaire responses was predicted. Results confirmed postulate that the individual continually seeks to establish or to maintain an identity by means of which to conceptualize himself and thus to arrive at his role in a given situation. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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