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  1. ones knowledge of and thoughts about the set of qualities attributed to self
    Self Concept
  2. the component of the self concept that involves awareness of the I the self that is seperate from others
    subjective self
  3. the component of the self concept that involves awarness of the self as an object with properties
    objective self
  4. as hypothesized by erikson the pyschosocial stage in which a teenager must develop a sense of personal identity or else enter adulthood with a sense of confusion about his or her place in the world.
    identity vs role confusion
  5. one of four identity statuses proposed by marcia involving the successful resolution of an identity crisis and resulting in a new commiment
    identity achievment
  6. involving on going reexamination of identity but no new commitment
    moratorium
  7. involving an ideaological or occupational commitment without a previous reeavaluation
    foreclosure
  8. involving neither a current reevaluation of identity nor a firm personal commitment
    identity diffsion
  9. a global evaluation of ones own worth; an aspect of self concept
    self esteem
  10. the full understanding that gender is constant and permanent unchanged by appearance
    gender concept
  11. the set of behaviors attitudes rights duties and obligations that are seen as appropriate for being male of female in any given situation
    sex role
  12. behavior that matches a culturally defined sex role
    sex typed behavior
  13. the first stage in the development of gender concept in which a child labels self and others correctly as male or female
    gender identitiy
  14. the second stage in development of gender concept in which the child understand that gender stays the same throughout life
    gender stability
  15. the final stage in development of gender concept in which the child unserstands that gender does not change though there might be external changes
    gender constancy
  16. a theory of the development of gender concept and sex role behavior that proposes that between about 18 months and age 2 or 3 a child creates a fundamental schema by which to categorize people objects activities and quality by gender
    gender schema theory
  17. one of for sex role types suggested by the work of bem and others a type categorized by high scores on masculinity measures and low scores on femininity measures
    masculine
  18. one of for sex role types suggested by the work of bem and others a type categorized by high scores on femininity measures and low scores on masculinity measure
    feminine
  19. one of for sex role types suggested by the work of bem and others a type categorized by high levels of bothe masculine and feminine qualities
    androgenous
  20. one of for sex role types suggested by the work of bem and others a type categorized by low scores on both masculine and feminine qualities
    undifferenciated

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