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The self-schema of dedication correlated .28 with agreeableness; the self-schema of social influence correlated .28 with extroversion and .24 with openness.
Grosch, Salter, and Smith 2000 asked 74 managers in a manufacturing division of a multinational firm to complete a modified self-schema questionnaire developed by W. G. Smith, Brown, Lord, et al.
But more important in deciding if episodic memory predates full-blown autobiographical memory is the question whether the remembered episodes which come to be shaped into narratives, either by being organized around a self-schema
We incorporate these imagined views into our self-schema
In essence, she’s turned us inside out and fanned out our musculature and appendages in a way that barely resembles the real human bodies that are on display in the world-touring exhibit Bodies, inviting many new questions about our self-schema.
Lord, Brown, and Frieberg 1999 suggested that the working self-concepts of followers are changed by the leader through the development of schemas and are influenced by the leader’s self-schema.