Research Paper On Self Esteem
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Self Esteem and Children
8 pages in length. There are a number of variables that are pertinent to an individual's sense of self-esteem. Attaining a healthy self-perception is arguably one of the most difficult and ongoing of life tasks, in that it depends not only on intrinsic sources but also external environmental stimulation. From parental methods to school to social interaction, the extent to which children from infancy through late childhood develop self-esteem encompasses several elements. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A Research Proposal on Social Phobia
This 10 page paper is a research proposal to determine the correlations between self esteem, self-monitoring and social phobia. Social phobia is also called social anxiety. Sections include: abstract; introduction/background, including hypothesis; review of the literature and methodology. Specific social phobia screening and self esteem assessment instruments are discussed. The literature review discusses incidence, symptoms, and treatment interventions. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
5 pages in length. For an adolescent just beginning to develop a sense of himself and his social significance, peer groups provide that measure of acceptance that every youth aspires to achieve. These formations of like-minded and similarly aged teens represent the onset of adulthood in that they help to establish a pattern self-esteem and self-perception that will be carried on into adult years. The writer discusses the importance of peer groups, along with the effects positive and negative peer associations have currently and later in life. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Junior Reserves Officer Training Program
A 6 page paper. Many high schools include JROTC Programs and they have been able to attribute various successes to these programs. The programs enhance self-esteem and self-confidence and they train students in leadership and problem solving. While students with learning disabilities have been successful in these programs, this researcher could not find any research that addressed the mentally challenged student. This paper presents a research study proposal that focuses on how this program might help mentally challenged students. Bibliography lists 7 sources.