self-perception


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self-per·cep·tion

(sĕlf′pər-sĕp′shən)
n.
An awareness of the characteristics that constitute one's self; self-knowledge.
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It was not an age of delicacy; and her position, although she understood it well, and was in little danger of forgetting it, was often brought before her vivid self-perception, like a new anguish, by the rudest touch upon the tenderest spot.
The participants' self-concept was measured using the Self-Perception Profile for Children and Adolescents.
Interventions to improve an individual's self-concept or self-perception would be complementary to some of the more pressing needs within child and youth inpatient psychiatric services.
According to the study, self-concept among the inpatient group, as measured on the Self-Perception Profile for Children and Adolescents, was "significantly compromised.
Aging stereotype is a broad concept defined as a cliche or a set of views used for characterizing older people, but encompassing a network of constructs that have not been well distinguished: cultural stereotypes, when the stereotype is attributed to a given culture, country, community; personal stereotypes, when the stereotype is attributed to the respondent; self-stereotyping, when the stereotype refers to the respondent him/her-self; and self-perception of aging, when an individual is referring to him/her-self and the process of aging.
This latest edition of the guide reviews the terminology and general information, and the theory behind the nursing diagnoses, then sets out diagnoses for health promotion, nutrition, elimination and exchange, activity/rest, perception/cognition, self-perception, role relationship, sexuality, coping/stress tolerance, life principles, safety/protection, comfort, and growth/development.
Similar to what happens with self-perception of health status, an attribute for which studies reveal a significant association between self-perception of good health and healthy behaviors related to the lifestyle of adolescents (7,8), the perception regarding diet quality can be a useful tool in epidemiological surveys, providing, through a simple question, a subjective assessment and a summary measure of diet quality.
Conclusion: Assessment by Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure endorsed approval of conducive learning environment with reference to atmosphere, teaching, learning, sense of well-being, academic self-perception and achievement by all medical students.
Therefore, the purpose of the current study is to investigate and to associate the self-perception of hearing disorders, hearing loss risk factors, and habits in farmers.
In addition to the overall "score" for the course, the questionnaire statements may also be subdivided to provide an indication of student perceptions of five major domains of educational environment; perception of learning (12 items/maximum score 48), perception of teacher (11 items/maximum score 44), academic self-perception (8 items/ maximum score 32), perception of atmosphere (12 items/maximum score 48), and social self-perception (7 items/maximum score 28).
To that end, researchers studied the self-perception of children participating in the Fit Families program.
In the present study, this type of self-perception was operationally defined as an individual's subjective perception of his or her appeal to members of the opposite sex, for example, an individual whose perception is "I can always attract the attention of members of the opposite sex.