Self-Awareness, Self Esteem and Perception

Self-awareness involves being aware of different aspects of the self including traits, behaviors, and feelings. Essentially, it is a psychological state in which oneself becomes the focus of attention.

Self-awareness is one of the first components of the self-concept to emerge. While it is something that is central to who you are. It is not something that you are acutely focused on at every moment of every day. Instead, it becomes woven into the fabric of who you are and emerges at different points depending on the situation and your personality.‚Äč

People are not born completely self-aware. Yet research has also found that infants do have a rudimentary sense of self-awareness.

For this assignment, you will identify and explain the concepts of self-awareness, self-esteem and perception in order to gain a better understanding of each as well as increase your perceptual accuracy.

Objective:

Define self-concept, self-awareness and self-esteem. Additionally, how they are related, and explain the ways in which self-awareness and self-esteem may be increased.

Define perception and its stages, and explain how to increase perceptual accuracy.

 

Instructions:

 

Review concepts related to self-awareness, including The Four Selves, that you explored in the textbook and in the learning activities.

Consider the fact that an individual’s self-awareness combined with an individual’s perception of a situation often varies and differences in both can influence how a communication interaction transpires.

Reflect on a time when you encountered different perceptions of an event or interaction.

Address differences in your understanding of yourself in relation to another’s understanding of yourself.

Write a 3-4 page essay that describes the event, differences of perception and defines the concepts of self-awareness and perception

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