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    SE and loss of self-control. Of the five, two looked at the relationship between SNS and increased SE and to test that people aim to show close friends the positive aspects about themselves. 100 participants were pooled from a US research panel; some were used in all 5 studies. They were then assigned to one of 4 groups in a 2x2 study design (facebook vs no facebook, strong ties vs weak ties). The participants listed 5 close and 5 distant friends; they then answered a questionnaire on a likert type scale, which asked how much their friends’ opinions mattered to them. Through ANOVA testing, results found that the strong tie group reported higher…

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    Disney Beauty Stereotypes

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    DATA AND METHODS Current Study The purpose of this study is to investigate the depiction of beauty in animated Disney princess films and measure the consequences that the portrayal of beauty has on young girl’s individual self-esteem levels. The hypothesis of this study, states that young girls who idolize the beauty standards of Disney princesses will have lower self-esteem levels than young girls who do not idolize Disney princesses standard of beauty. I expected that young girls who have…

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    Negative Feedback Theory

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    feedback. The participants were then asked a few questions concerning the positive and negative feedback they received and asked which rater they preferred. Results showed that individuals with high self-concept perceived the positive rater as being more preferable, whereas those with a negative self-concept preferred the negative rater. Also, after the positive and negative feedback were read and analyzed by the participants, they all displayed higher levels of negative effect (anxiety,…

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    Self Esteem Experiments

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    conducted to examine if self-esteem plays a role in the creation of the bully. Olweus (1989) found that bullies had rather high self-esteem which allowed them to think that they were better than everyone else and could therefore treat others however they saw fit. However, O’Moore and Hillery (1991) found that those identified as bullies had a low sense of self worth. This reasoned that the bullies were treating others poorly because they felt worthless. The act of bullying then functions as an…

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    students have many responsibilities, and commitments that create a variety of stressors in their lives. Stress may have an impact on how someone perceives one’s self also known as their self-esteem. Stress can also have an impact on a student’s mental, physical, and emotional well being. Earlier research has mentioned that participation in athletics can serve as a buffer to stress (Hudd, 2000; Kimball & Freysinger, 2003; Kudlacek, 1997; Shirka, 1997). Other research says that participating in…

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    Direct Cyberbullying

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    of people mainly victimized by online bullying is adolescents due to the fact that “an estimated 90% of youth aged 12 to 17 years are active on the Internet on a daily basis and more than 50% of the youth aged 12 to 17 years have personal cellphones” (Snakenborg 89). An overwhelming amount of data were gathered that supports negative consequences on child development after exposure to any types of bullying. Self-esteem is one of the leading center of attraction to gain a better understanding…

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    John’s self-report suggested that he was vey likely raised in a pampered environment, since John’s parents provided him with everything that he needed growing up. John’s problem seems to stem from family environment and childhood experiences. He felt he was unable to catch his parents’ attention and cannot impress them, and this inability led to the development of inferior complex in John, which subsequently influenced his style of life. He developed a style of life characterized by feeling of…

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    locations, death or divorce in the family, or major illnesses which causes problems such as low self-esteem, loneliness, fear, and anxiety. Counseling provides a safe, empathetic atmosphere for children to overcome obstacles to their personal growth, and find new ways to behave, feel, and think. Keywords: Child, Trauma, Child-centered Counseling Children with Low Self-esteem In the movie Antwone Fisher, Antwone spent 14 years in a foster home, and suffered physical, verbal and…

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    Miss E Case Study

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    information about her life that could be used to formulate a successful treatment plan. Miss E has been overeating since she was 12 or 13 and also she had been struggling with it but was unsuccessful as she gained her old weight after every diets. It's not unusual for people to get into a cycle of dieting, overeating, feeling guilty and dieting again. This is known as 'yoyo dieting' and makes weight loss difficult to sustain. This means that she has a tendency to sabotage all effort gained. For…

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    group of four to five people” many kids would be exited because they would get to work with their friends, but there would always be one kid who could not find a partner. In today’s society we tend to gravitate towards those people who we look up to. At times we even start acting like them, by doing so, we do not take the opportunity to get to know other people who could be considered: nerdy, loser, ugly, or other characteristics we view as negative because it may be different than what we are…

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