Theories, Measures, Structures and Influence Factors of Self-Talk
Abstract: Self-talk should be defined as verbalizations or statements addressed to the self. It is multidimen-sional in the structure and is somewhat dynamic in the contents. Self-talk is also an important part of psychological interventions and plays a huge role in the aspects of cognition, emotion and be-havior. The following from the concept of self-talk, measurement and structure introduces what is self-talk; through empirical study, we reveal the importance of self-talk in the aspects of psycho-logical intervention. Finally, we pointed out the lack of domestic research and hope domestic peers to pay more attention to promote the development of self-talk technology.
文章引用: 马国秀 , 曹 静 , 祝卓宏 (2015) 自我对话的理论、测量、结构和影响因素。 心理学进展， 5， 415-422. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.56054
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