psychology of personality

The way you see and define your self is known as your
a) self-esteem
b)self concept
c)social identity
d)self-esteem variability
is a correct answer? thank you

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  1. No. Please try again.

    Self-esteem means that you think well of yourself.

    Self-concept is what think of yourself.

    Social identity is how you think others view you.

    I'm not sure how to define self-esteem variability.

  2. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11575510

  3. thank you ,probably is self esteem variability,because this is the average level or what people's evaluations of themselves are like on average THANK YOU AGAIN :)

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    posted by vedrana
  4. I disagree.

    The way you see and define your self is known as your self-concept.

  5. I agree with Ms. Sue.

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    posted by PsyDAG

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