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The Relative Importance of Perceived Acceptance Versus Perceived Social Status for Emotional Outcomes and Self-Esteem
A growing body of research has examined the effects of social status on emotional outcomes and self-esteem. However, few of these studies have controlled for acceptance, leading some researchers to suggest that the reported ...
Stigma, Avoidant-Orientation, and Self-Disclosure in Friendships
The stigma surrounding mental illness has been shown to have a negative impact on social relationships. However, less research has focused on the mechanisms through which the connection between stigma and relational outcomes ...
Self-Presentational Congruence and Psychosocial Adjustment: A Test of Three Models
People regularly monitor and control the impressions others form of them but differ in the degree to which they both convey impressions that are consistent with their private self-views (self-presentational congruence) and ...