EFFECTS OF INCONGRUENCE BETWEEN THE PERCEIVED SELF AND THE IDEAL SELF ON EMOTIONAL STABILITY OF STRIPTEASERS
Self-evaluations are made with reference to the perceived self and the ideal self. In the present research, an attempt was made to determine the extent to which low or high selfdiscrepancy between the perceived self and ideal self of stripteasers affected their emotional stability. It examined the possibility of low or high levels of emotional stability based on the degree of the discrepancy. Results indicated the emotional stability variables and the effect of the different levels of self-discrepancy on them.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1989-01-01
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