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The working self-concept suggests that not all self-representations or identities that are part of the complete self-concept will be accessible at any one time. The working self-concept, or the self-concept of the moment, is best viewed as a “continually active, shifting array of accessible self-knowledge” (Hinkley & Anderson, 1996). The self-concept is active, forceful and capable of change... &nbsp; [[Working Self-Concept | (More...)]]<span style="color:#afafaf;"><center>__________________________________</center></span>
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Personal space is a protective "buffer zone" that allows one to maintain a sense of privacy and to control the amount of stimulation one receives during interaction with another person. Use of personal space often varies between different cultures, genders, and ages. Baumeister and Bushman (2008) suggest that personal space can be divided into four categories: intimate distance, personal distance, social distance, and public distance. Intimate space, at 0 to 1.5 feet, is the closest distance possible and is appropriate when engaging in activities such as... &nbsp; [[Personal Space| (More...)]]<span style="color:#afafaf;"><center>__________________________________</center></span>
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  Article of the Month:   December

Personal Space
Personal space is a protective "buffer zone" that allows one to maintain a sense of privacy and to control the amount of stimulation one receives during interaction with another person. Use of personal space often varies between different cultures, genders, and ages. Baumeister and Bushman (2008) suggest that personal space can be divided into four categories: intimate distance, personal distance, social distance, and public distance. Intimate space, at 0 to 1.5 feet, is the closest distance possible and is appropriate when engaging in activities such as...   (More...)
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