Self-Concept Inventory and Analysis

  • Part I: Self-Concept Inventory Instructions

    Use the table below to complete this portion of the assignment. You will submit the two lists as Part I.The Johari Window was invented by Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham in the 1950s as a model for mapping personality awareness. By describing yourself from a fixed list of adjectives, then asking your friends and colleagues to describe you from the same list, a grid of overlap and difference can be built up.To get started, pick five or six words that you feel best describes you, from the list below. Then rank them with #1 being the word that best describes you.Next, ask a friend or relative to complete the same task describing you. Ask your friend/relative to rank them with #1 being the word that best describes you. Johari Window

    Group A B C D E
    Row 1 able accepting adaptable bold brave
    Row 2 calm caring cheerful clever complex
    Row 3 confident dependable dignified energetic extroverted
    Row 4 friendly giving happy helpful idealistic
    Row 5 independent ingenious intelligent introverted kind
    Row 6 knowledgeable logical loving mature modest
    Row 7 nervous observant organized patient powerful
    Row 8 proud quiet reflective relaxed religious
    Row 9 responsive searching self-assertive self-conscious sensible
    Row 10 sentimental shy silly spontaneous sympathetic
    Row 11 tense trustworthy warm wise witty
  • Part I: Self-Concept Inventory

    Select the title link above to submit your list and your friend’s list as Part I of this assignment.Submission Instructions:Complete your assignment using word-processing software such as MS Word 365 (download free software at https://products.office.com/en-us/student?ms.officeurl=getoffice365), LibreOffice (download free software at https://www.libreoffice.org/download), or other per course requirements. Save your file as an .rtf file or .doc to ensure that it can be opened at any computer. Submit your assignment by selecting the title link, browsing to, and attaching your saved file. Make sure to select SUBMIT. You may view your posting both on this page and under My Grade (available under Tools).

  • Part II: Self-Concept Analysis Instructions

    Use the Self-Concept Analysis Requirements to help you complete this portion of the assignment.Using your completed Self-Concept Inventory, you will write a 2-3 page typed, double spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font essay about how, or from where your self-concept either developed or is nurtured by 1, 2, 3, 4, or all 5 things on your Part I list. This is an essay, so do not simply answer the guiding questions below in a bullet format. You should include the following information:

    • Were you surprised by any of the information that you discovered from your rankings or what you said in your two sentences? Why or why not? Use an example to illustrate your comments.
    • Select an item from your list that you believe is related to reflected appraisal.** Explain how that item is connected to your self-image (e.g., to whom is the item connected and how does it contribute to the reflected appraisal? Was that person a significant other?), giving specific examples.
    • Select one item from your list that you believe is connected to social comparison. Social comparison happens when you select a reference group (e.g., your first-grade classmates) and compare yourself to them. Explain how the item you selected is connected to social comparisons, giving specific examples.
    • What insight to yourself did you gain through this assignment?

    This reaction essay must be a minimum of two full pages. You should include more detail than just answering the questions above (e.g., “No, I wasn’t surprised” will not suffice as an answer to the first item.) This essay should follow the standard mechanics of a college essay. College-level writing is expected or your grade will be greatly reduced.**Reflected Appraisal is the reflection we see of the perception or “appraisal” other people have of us. It contributes to how we think, talk, and act about ourselves. It is just one element that helps form our self-concept.

  • Part II: Self-Concept Analysis

    Select the title link above to submit your Self-Concept Analysis as Part II of this assignment.Submission Instructions:Complete your assignment using word-processing software such as MS Word 365 (download free software at https://products.office.com/en-us/student?ms.officeurl=getoffice365), LibreOffice (download free software at https://www.libreoffice.org/download), or other per course requirements. Save your file as an .rtf file or .doc to ensure that it can be opened at any computer. Submit your assignment by selecting the title link, browsing to, and attaching your saved file. Make sure to select SUBMIT. You may view your posting both on this page and under My Grade (available under Tools).


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