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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-conceptˌself-ˈconcept noun [countable]  the idea that someone has of what their own character is like
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self-conceptFrom their interaction with others, actors develop a self-concept.The Ten Statements Test thus appears to reveal social class differences in self-concept of an unambiguous kind.Much of the time we are reacting with unwanted stress because we are afraid of doing damage to our own self-concept.If refused, they may feel saddened, disappointed, or inconvenienced, but their self-concept isn't shattered.Actors tend to act in terms of their self-concept.
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