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Title: The relationships between irrational beliefs, self-esteem and public and private self-consciousness in adults
Authors: Lee, Janice Niann Tsyr
Keywords: DRNTU::Social sciences::Psychology
Issue Date: 1998
Abstract: The present study investigated relationships between individuals' irrational beliefs and their levels of self-esteem and public and private self-consciousness. Four hypotheses were proposed. Firstly, there is a negative relationship between the number of irrational beliefs on an individuals own level of self-esteem. Secondly, there is a negative relationship between self-esteem and public and private self-consciousness. Thirdly, there is a positive relationship between irrational beliefs and public and private self-consciousness. The fourth and last hypothesis is that there are no gender differences in self esteem, irrational beliefs and public and private self-consciousness.
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