Implicit Self-esteem Project
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- Development; Association; Adolescence; Longitudinal Study; Implicit Self-Esteem
One of the essential stages in life for the development of identity is early adulthood. Do gender and socioeconomic status affect the development of implicit self-esteem in adolescents? It is necessary to perform this study among teenagers because positive self-esteem becomes essential during this stage in life. It also makes it possible for teens to try out new ventures, take healthy risks, and attempt to understand their problems and solve them. This research paper will also analyze the effect of unspoken self-esteem during the initial adulthood stage at personal and cluster levels. By doing this, their development and learning processes become productive and prepare them for a healthy and positive future. Additionally, the discoveries from this study will enhance the understanding of contained self-esteem and how to develop it or encourage its self-construction among young adults. This survey involves assessing the degree of implicit self-esteem among 300 students from each year in university by carrying out a longitudinal study. It also involves implicit self-esteem association tests; the index is the improved D score. The first-order autoregressive structural modeling equation implies that implicit self-esteem is constant through the years, while latent growth modeling shows that self-confidence somewhat reduces. Females tend to manifest a higher level. This indicates that in young adults, implicit self-esteem portrays a declining trend as age increases, so it is sensitive to the developmental changes that occur during that time.
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TY - CONF AU - Hong Rui Yang Cheng PY - 2021 DA - 2021/12/24 TI - Implicit Self-esteem Project BT - Proceedings of the 2021 4th International Conference on Humanities Education and Social Sciences (ICHESS 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 16 EP - 19 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.211220.003 DO - 10.2991/assehr.k.211220.003 ID - Cheng2021 ER -