Self-congruity: Toward a Theory of Personality and Cybernetics

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Praeger, 1986 - Psychology - 226 pages
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"Self-Congruity" provides a comprehensive understanding of the self-concept, integrating the many references to it in the psychological literature. Using his previous findings, the author considers cognitive-versus-affective phenomena, and intrapersonal, interpersonal, situational, and analytic modes. He then applies his integrated theory to the problem of change in self-concept and behavior.

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PARTI SELFCONGRUITY
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EVALUATIVE SELFCONGRUITY
21
Evaluative SelfCongruity and Performance Motivation
41
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About the author (1986)

M. JOSEPH SIRGY, a social/marketing/organizational psychologist, is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Virginia Tech.

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