Self-Understanding & Self-Concept: How We Perceive Ourselves - Quiz & Worksheet


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Jessica dislikes it when people are not treated fairly. As Jessica knows this about herself, it is part of her _____.

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1. Jessica has a deep love for God. When she hears stories of individuals being persecuted for their faith, she finds herself becoming very upset. It often ruins her entire day, and she may be unable to refocus and get back on track because she is so upset. Her motives behind her actions are a direct reflection of her _____.

2. Rachel used to be physically fit. Then she experienced a major health crisis, which left her with mobility issues. Rachel is now unable to stand or walk for any length of time, and she has lost a good deal of her muscle mass due to her sedentary lifestyle. This is now part of Rachel's _____ self of her self-concept.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet combo will test your understanding of how people can perceive themselves. In order to pass the quiz, you will need to know different vocabulary related to self-perception and how different parts of a person are classified in self-perception.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In these assessments you'll be asked to provide the term or phrase for:

  • Part of a person that is about living within society
  • Knowing who you are and what makes you unique
  • Element of a person that represents feelings and motivations
  • Knowing what motivates your actions
  • Piece of a person that is about being able to provide for themselves

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately identify terms and phrases related to the self, such as the part of a person living within society and the part of a person that represents deep feelings and motivations
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as the understanding of the self's uniqueness and the understanding of the self's motivations
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information about various aspects of self-concept from the related self-perception lesson

Additional Learning

Want to learn more about self-perception? Then check out the accompanying lesson titled Self-Understanding & Self-Concept: How We Perceive Ourselves. This lesson covers the following objectives:

  • Define and compare self-concept and self-understanding
  • Identify factors that contribute to self-concept, including the physical, social, competent and inner self
  • Define competence
  • Differentiate between the 'I' and 'Me' elements of a person's self