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Daphna Oyserman & Martin J. Packer

In: What's Social about Social Cognition? Research on Socially Shared Cognition in Small Groups

Chapter 8: Social Cognition and Self-Concept: A Socially Contextualized Model of Identity

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Social Cognition and Self-Concept: A Socially Contextualized Model of Identity
Social cognition and self-concept: A socially contextualized model of identity
DaphnaOyserman
Martin J.Packer

”To grow up in Pendleton, New York, is to know oneself distinctly marginal; wherever the fountainheads of significance,… they are surely not here, nor ...

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