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.
Things are divided into 5 categories: 1) students' perception of learning (12 items); 2) students' perception of teacher (11 items); 3) academic self-perception of students (8 items); 4) students' perception of atmosphere (12 items); and 5) student's social self perception (7 items).
The scores of the protocols were charted and submitted to descriptive statistical analysis and correlation with the self-perception of the voice (total scores and scores of each domain).
Self-perception has been used as a valid indicator of the quality of life, of morbidity and diminished functionality, analyzing physical, cognitive and emotional aspects and, mainly, as a good predictor of mortality.
Halitosis, also called fetor ex ore, fetor oris, foul breath, breath malodor, and oral malodor (OM), is a perceived problem in different cultures and societies of the world.1 OM can become a social handicap whereby the self-perception of OM, which includes a multifactorial, psycho-physiological issue, is closely related to an individual's body image and psychopathological profile.2
This leads to low self-perception and a feeling of insignificance.
The research looked at whether the condition "lazy eye" or amblyopia, where one eye has reduced vision due to misalignment or blur, was associated with lower self-perception by children of their competence, appearance, conduct, and self-worth.
They explain how an incorrect self-perception about math use can cause an individual to think they are not a math person and show how to enable a math-capable self-perception.
Keywords: Academic, Atmosphere, Dundee Ready Education Environment Measure (DREEM), Educational Environment Medical students, Perceptions Learning, Social self-perception.
Covering a wide range - from self-perception and the perceived validity of everyday experience to paranormal, religious, and even fatal beliefs - the book demonstrates how crucial beliefs are to molding our experience and why they have such a powerful hold on our behavior.
Success can lead to deluded self-perception and overconfidence in one's own abilities.