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PSYCHOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF THE SELF Hardcover – Jun 19 2001


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"This book would be of great assistance for demonstrating how the self can be objectified in ways suited to the requirements of empirical studies... It makes a genuine contribution to the field. The author's dedicated attention to the topic of the self and his fluent knowledge of the field will surely benefit the next generation of researchers." -- Daniel M. Ogilvie

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In his book, The Singular Self, Rom Harre (1998) suggested two underlying ideas about the self: that we have a particular point of view on the world and that we have a sense of being the same person over time and across situations. Read the first page
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