Self-perception theory proposes that we observe our behaviour, then reach conclusions about who we are. If you want to think of yourself as generous, for example, then act how generous people act; the self-perception will follow.
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Kohlberg was born today
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Sound body sound mind
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The science of interrogation
Are we becoming more narcissistic?
Former HBOS chairman reveals battle with depression
Stacey Solomon talks about postnatal depression
Peer pressure to take drugs continues in adulthood
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Making room for new memories
Faking mental illness
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