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Motives and Principles
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adult appear asked aspects assumption attitudes attribution attribution theory Baltimore study behavior believe black child black children Catholics chapter compared concept consider correlations cultural dissonance deep down inside dimensions dispositions dissonant context early adolescence effect ego-extensions empirical environment evaluation experience fact father favorable footnote gamma global self-esteem Gordon Allport Guttman scale Harry Stack Sullivan high school high self-esteem important indicate individual individual's inner introjection Jews kids low self-esteem lower minority group mother motives negative object one's ourselves perceived percent physical characteristics pride principle protect psychological centrality psychological interior question race racial rank reference reflected appraisals relationship religious responses richer or poorer Rosenberg sample scale selective self-attitudes self-concept components self-hatred self-perception theory significant social class social comparison social identity elements society socioeconomic someone specific status structure subjects Table teachers things tion unfavorable values white children young child younger children