- Outer self
- Presentation of self
- Projection of self
- Public self
- Self, Outer
- Self, Public
- Self-monitoring (Self-presentation)
- Social interaction
- found: Work cat.: Public self and private self, 1986
- found: LC data base, 1/7/86
- found: Harre, R. Ency. dict. of psych., 1983: p. 561 ("A concept often used synonymously with impression-management to refer to the numerous strategies that people employ to control and manage their outward images and the impressions of themselves which they present to other people. William James, C.H. Cooley, and G.H. Mead all stressed the idea that in social discourse and interaction people present different selves to different people usually to show their best profile or make a good impression.")
- found: Dictionary of Psychology, Oxford University Press 2009, via Oxford Reference Online, July 8, 2010 (self-monitoring n. Observation and control of expressive behaviour and self-presentation. High self-monitors regulate their expressive self-presentation and are highly responsive to social and interpersonal cues to situationally appropriate behaviour, whereas low self-monitors lack these abilities or motivations.)
- notfound: Baker encyc. psych.;Dict. psych. terms.;Eysenck encyc. psych.;NIH;MESH;Web. 3;Psych. alm.;Mod. dict. soc.;Dict. soc.
- 1986-03-25: new
- 2010-08-09: revised
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