Citations with the tag: SELF-esteem
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- Self-esteem: Taproot of creative expression.
Blanchard, Ken // Executive Excellence; Jan1998, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p8
Focuses on the value of self-esteem in an organization. Importance of managers in the lives of employees; Four areas for the development of self-esteem; Discussion on the problem of low self-esteem.
- Your Own Worst Enemy?
Blanchard, Ken // Body Bulletin; May2000, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p1
Advises individuals to give themselves credit for all small victories during the course of the day in order to maintain mental well-being.
- Taking a look at self-esteem.
Arbetter, Sandra // Current Health 2; Apr96, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p6
Discusses self-esteem among adolescents. Definition of self-esteem; Importance of self-esteem in lives of young people; Parents' involvement in children's self-esteem; Information on Emotional Quotient; Results of study conducted by American Association of University Women (AAUW). INSETS: Six...
- Be the best you can be.
Arbetter, Sandra // Current Health 2; Apr96, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p32
Presents a self-esteem related puzzle. How you can make yourself the best you can be.
- Be your own cheerleader.
Arbetter, Sandra // Current Health 1; Sep93, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p6
Gives advice to adolescents on raising self-esteem. Self-evaluation test; Focus on personal strengths; Disabuse of mind from negative thoughts; Attempts to do difficult things; Respect for others and self; Taking up responsibilities. INSET: Ready, set, goal!.
Arbetter, Sandra // Current Health 1; Sep96, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p7
Focuses on the concepts and ways of developing personal self-esteem among children. Three parts of self-esteem; Seeing one's self; Ways to feel better about ourselves; Hardest of any age on a children's self-esteem. INSET: Life is not all or nothing..
Baroni, Diane // Cosmopolitan; Sep96, Vol. 221 Issue 3, p238
Provides insights on how women can develop self-esteem. Difference between self-esteem and superiority complex; Avoidance of self-blaming; Keeping self-esteem to a high level; Managing shyness; Preparedness for slumps.
- Ask Professor Ossolotch.
Ossolotch, Edgar T. // Current Science; 3/3/2006, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p15
This article focuses on a survey commissioned by the American Psychological Association regarding self-esteem.
- God doesn't make junk.
Becker, Margaret // Campus Life; Jan1997, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p72
Focuses on how to raise the self-esteem of a person. Finding the truth in the Bible; Discovery of God's love; Fighting self-consciousness.
- Between tears and laughter.
Becker, Margaret // Curriculum Review; Nov92, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p2
Presents opinion on `practical' reform experience as a form of compulsory education, the actual impact of the self-esteem movement, story of how a judge ordered a construction company to donate 1.472 million dollar to the University of Nebraska, report on how the Fairfax County Public Schools'...
- Firing off...
Craig, Tara // Personnel Today; 6/24/2008, p30
A blog related to efforts on building up students' self-esteem is presented.
- Two faces of esteem: Being and doing.
Ellsworth, J'Anne // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Mar95, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p19
Provides a look at self-esteem as both a sense of being and a perceived ability to do. Self-esteem as a driving force in education and in life; Reassessment of literature to redefine esteem; Development of esteem; Implications for educators.
- Warning: Objects in mirror are not as they appear.
Boyles, Denis // Men's Health (10544836); Jul/Aug97, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p66
Discusses what is important and what is not about how people see one another. Tips on how should a person take people's opinion about himself; Tips on how to build up a person's self-image. INSETS: Getting a life.;But what do they really think?..
- Letting the steam out of self-esteem.
Dalrymple, Theodore // Psychology Today; Sep/Oct95, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p24
Posits that a low self-esteem may be caused by the individual's very own behavior. Problems on excessive self-confidence; Psychological importance of self-esteem.
- It's Just Money, Honey.
Manji, Irshad // Herizons; Winter2001, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p43
Focuses on the influence of self-worth on shaping the eventuality of a person's monetary worth. Accounts on the life of Oseola McCarty, a Mississippi washerwoman; Role of discipline in valuing one self; Factors influencing the 'you-gotta-have-money-to-make-money' mentality; Options to be rich.
- PRETTY STRONG.
Armstrong, Kristin // Runner's World; Aug2007, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p58
No abstract available.
- Self-esteem is not our national wonder drug.
Kaplan, Leslie Schenkma // School Counselor; May95, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p341
Focuses on misunderstanding and misuse of self-esteem in the American media in the United States. Definition of self-esteem; Role of school counselors; Working with concerned parents; Strengthening of self-esteem materials and programs.
- Teaching children self-respect.
Kaplan, Leslie Schenkma // Single Parent; Nov/Dec86, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p11
Simple assertiveness-training techniques outlined for parents to follow in teaching self-respect to children. Differences between aggressive, non-assertive, and assertive behavior; Use of diaries and role-playing. INSET: Simple rules..
- Antecedents of organization-based self-esteem: An empirical study in Singapore.
Tan, Gilbert Y.; Pen, Kong Yuet // International Journal of Management; Sep97 Part 2, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p375
Examines the relative efficacy of job status variables, job complexity and organizational structure as antecedents of organization-based self-esteem (OBSE). OBSE as a context-specific self-esteem construct specifically formulated for organizational research; Demonstration of the potential...
- How To Bounce Up When You've Been Let Down.
Tan, Gilbert Y.; Pen, Kong Yuet // OfficePro; Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p30
Suggests ways to bring back self-esteem for a greater success in life. Need to look for support from those who have experienced similar circumstances; Opportunity in failures.
- Rural & isolated.
Headley, Susan // Youth Studies Australia; Mar1998, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p61
Presents an abstract entitled `Longitudinal Trajectories of Self-Esteem from Early to Middle Adolescence and Related Psychosocial Variables Among Rural Adolescents,' by L.M. Deihl, J.R. Vicary et al published in the `Journal of Research on Adolescence.'
- Give your self-esteem a boost.
Headley, Susan // USA Today Magazine; Sep94, Vol. 123 Issue 2592, p8
Discusses the importance of increasing self-esteem. Common confusion between self-esteem and ego; Misconceptions about self-esteem as a consistent entity; Social issues related to low self-esteem; Factors determining a person's self-esteem.
- Greater self-esteem.
Schaeffer, Rachel // Natural Health; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p104
Suggests yoga movements designed to help develop better self-esteem. Health benefits of yoga; Steps in doing yoga; People who benefit the most from yoga.
- Teen esteem.
Gilbert, Susan // Redbook; Oct93, Vol. 181 Issue 6, p186
Presents facts on self-esteem in adolescents. Antisocial behavior of boys with high self-esteem; Self-esteem in girls as based on success in building intimate relationships; Boys' self-esteem as based on ability to control anxiety in social situations.
- Size acceptance.
Stimson, Karen W.; McBride, Angela Barron // Obesity & Health; May/Jun93, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p56
Presents two ways of fat affirmations which is believed to boost self-esteem. Appeasing self-depreciating voices; Suggested technique of affirming.
- INSTANT INTROSPECTION.
Gayagoy, Gabrielle; Doheny, Kathleen // Shape; Mar2005, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p24
Presents a study which focuses on the way one reacts to one's accomplishments.
- The benefits of personality-leisure congruence: Evidence and implications.
Melamed, Samuel; Meir, Elchanan I. // Journal of Leisure Research; 1995, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p25
Explores the beneficial effects of leisure congruence on well-being. Definition of leisure congruence; Positive correlation with work satisfaction and self-esteem; Negative correlation with burnout, somatic complaints and anxiety; Vocational congruence and skills utilization.
- Doing bad & feeling good.
Zinsmeister, Karl // American Enterprise; Sept/Oct96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p46
No abstract available.
- `We were wrong'
Yecke, Cheri // American Enterprise; Sept/Oct96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p48
No abstract available.
King, Florence // American Enterprise; Sept/Oct96, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p49
No abstract available.
- LOW SELF-ESTEEM AND INGROUP BIAS.
Aberson, Christopher L. // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal; 1999, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p17
This study examines the effect of collective self-esteem on ingroup bias exhibited through traditional measures (attributions) and alternative strategies (basking in reflected glory). Seventy-seven U.S. college students were divided into minimally defined groups, worked together on a series of...
- THE ANGRY MALE AND THE PASSIVE FEMALE: THE ROLE OF GENDER AND SELF-ESTEEM IN ANGER EXPRESSION.
Nunn, Jana S.; Thomas, Susan L. // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal; 1999, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p145
To study the role of self-esteem and gender in anger expression, participants, who were screened for high or low self-esteem, were angered by a confederate. Participants were then given the opportunity to express their anger by administering blasts of white noise to a confederate. Men with low...
- Sentimentalizing self-esteem.
Schmoker, M. // Education Digest; Mar1990, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p55
Suggests that too much groundless praise breeds complacency and keeps young people from doing their best, rather than promoting self-esteem.
- Self-oriented self-esteem self-destructs.
McMillan, James H.; Singh, Judy // Education Digest; Mar1995, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p9
Focuses on self-oriented self-esteem. Negative consequences; External orientation; Self-esteem as byproduct of successful external-to-self experiences.
- Regarding myself.
McMillan, James H.; Singh, Judy // Wilson Quarterly; Summer96, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p125
Presents an article on self-esteem titled `Regarding Myself,' by Joseph Adelson. Development in childhood; Impact of teachers on students' self-esteem.
- What the self-esteem movement left out.
McMillan, James H.; Singh, Judy // Behavioral Health Treatment; Dec96, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p1
Tackles the incompetence of self-esteem programs in addressing self-esteem problems. Comments from William B. Swann Jr.; IQ self-esteem analysis; Depressive realism research.
McMillan, James H.; Singh, Judy // Canadian Dimension; Mar1992, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p33
Presents excerpts from `Towards a Politics of Self Esteem?,' by Ellen Herman, `Z magazine,' July/August 1991. Activists dismiss demoralizing consequences of the rightward trend; Architects of self-esteem movement insist that attention to self is surest route to social responsibility; More.
Krieg, Fred // Teaching Pre K-8; Feb94, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p16
Focuses on the development of self-esteem in children. Virtues which are the essence of positive self-esteem addressed in the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin; How self-esteem is determined through a child's interaction with the environment; Need for a child to develop an accurate, realistic...
- Love yourself first.
Dawes, Dominique // Ebony; May2008, Vol. 63 Issue 7, p46
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of dealing with self-esteem issues.
- Understanding the needs of others helps put life in perspective.
Dauten, Dale // New Hampshire Business Review; 11/20/98, Vol. 20 Issue 25, p8
Opinion. Discusses how executives can help their employees achieve self-respect. Series of episodes that contribute to a man's loss of self-respect; Hard lessons about perspective that helped boost a teenage daughter's self-esteem; Need for executives to understand feelings of their employees.
- Building self-esteem of children and adolescents through adventure-based counseling.
Nassar-McMillan, Sylvia C.; Cashwell, Craig S. // Journal of Humanistic Education & Development; Dec97, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p59
Looks at fostering self-esteem in adolescents through adventure-based counseling (ABC). Importance of healthy self-esteem; Reference made to the study conducted by Davis-Berman and D.S. Derman; Indepth look at the physical and psychological changes that adolescents undergo; Impact of these...
- Perspective is seeing with the heart, rather than eyes.
Dauten, Dale // Wenatchee Business Journal; Jan99, Vol. 13 Issue 1, pA23
Opinion. Comments that people can cope with their frustrations by seeing things in a different light. Lessons learned from teenage daughter's lack of self-esteem; Employees' dependence on work for a sense of worth.
- Wheat-free and beautiful.
Louie, Siri // Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine; Sep2003, Issue 251, p136
Cites the author's views concerning acne and self-esteem. Effects of acne on the author's self-esteem; Prescriptions received from dermatologists; Suggestions in preventing acne. INSET: Help for Clearer Skin.
- Research into raising self-esteem in low attainers.
Jaworski, Barbara; Edwards, Jane // Mathematics Teaching; Dec97, Issue 161, p23
Looks at how the author describes the raising of self-esteem as a classroom teacher, as part of the Mathematics Teacher Enquiry (MTE) Project. Background information on the author's teaching experience; Details on an activity in which the interns took part in; Indepth look at raising self-esteem.
- Changing negative beliefs.
Saltarelli, Judy // Natural Life; Jan/Feb2000, Issue 71, p22
No abstract available.
- Variables related to romanticism and self-esteem in pregnant teenagers.
Medora, Nilufer P.; Goldstein, Avery // Adolescence; Spring93, Vol. 28 Issue 109, p159
Investigates the degree of romanticism and self-esteem of 121 teenagers between the ages of 12 and 19 in Southern California. Influence of age, residence during pregnancy, age at first intercourse, age when pregnancy occurred, incidence of sexual abuse and abortion, adoption consideration,...
- QUESTIONS & ANSWERS: Self-Esteem and Bulimia Nervosa.
Y., J. // Eating Disorders Review; Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p12
The article provides an answer to a question related to the self-esteem of patients with bulimia nervosa (BN).
- Deconstructing Trainers' Self-Image.
Weiss, Ruth Palombo // T+D; Dec2001, Vol. 55 Issue 12, p34
Focuses on construction of self-esteem among trainers. Impact of training on business in terms of dollars and cents; Characteristics of high and low esteem groups; Differences in the self-esteem of trainers.
- Connecting to Spirit.
Weiss, Ruth Palombo // Positive Health; Sep2003, Issue 92, p12
Discusses the importance of personal self appreciation. Impact of growing up in a family with high expectations on an individual's self esteem; Tips on how to improve self esteem; Developing personal self appreciation.
- Self-Esteem (Music release).
Weiss, Ruth Palombo // Share Guide; Jul/Aug2002, Issue 62, p108
Reviews the music recording 'Self-Esteem.'