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This volume pulls together research on several aspects of the self. One set of chapters deals with the importance of building a self based on authenticity and ''Who I really am.''; a second group deals with the ways in which we defend views of the self as positive and powerful; a third group is concerned with multiple aspects of self regulation. Each of the chapters is a well-written, non-technical description of an important, currently active research program.
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Abraham Tesser' (born May 24, 1941, Brooklyn, NY) is Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Georgia.
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