自我提升还是自我验证:产生条件及影响
Self-Enhance or Self-Verification: The Conditions of Motivation and Effect

作者: 付彩红 * , 吕厚超 :西南大学心理学部;

关键词: 自我提升自我验证自我观确定性亲密关系抑郁Self-Enhance Self-Verification Self-View Certainty Close Relationship Depression

摘要: 受认知资源、自我观确定性、人际关系质量以及社会文化因素的影响,自我提升动机和自我验证动机的激活因情境而异。研究者普遍认为这两种动机对个体的影响是利弊参半的。适宜的自我提升和自我验证能够带来情绪、人际、成就等方面的好处,但与某些消极的个人特质相结合则带来不利的影响。未来研究应从不同动机的结合、毕生发展和文化差异性方面展开更深入的探讨。

Abstract: Because of the difference of processing resources, self-view certainty, relationship quality and culture, Self-enhance and Self-verification motive are activated in different conditions respectively. Psychologists have more mixed view about psychological and physiological function of Self-enhance and Self-verification. Appropriate Self-enhance or Self-verification can bring the benefits on emotion, relationships and achievement etc., but disorders appearing when these two self-motivates combine with some negative personal characters. The future studies should consider further discussion from the combination of different motives, life-span development and cultural differences.

文章引用: 付彩红 , 吕厚超 (2013) 自我提升还是自我验证:产生条件及影响。 心理学进展, 3, 9-15. doi: 10.12677/AP.2013.31002

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