One example provided must address face to face versus written communication styles.

Self-Esteem and   Impression Management

In 1200 words, provide a minimum of four personal examples to illustrate impression management, social tuning, social comparisons, mindsets, intrinsic/extrinsic motivation, or causal theories.
One example provided must address face to face versus written communication styles. Are there measures that can be taken when communicating nonverbally to improve self-presentation, impression management, attributional inferences, and cognitive biases?
Each example provided should be based upon how your personal views were shaped by parents, teachers, friends, community, culture, etc. Each example should be supported by relevant research.
Use two to three scholarly sources to support your thinking, your textbook can be used as one of the resources.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
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Reading:

Read Chapters 2-4 in Social Psychology.

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Read “Cognitive Dissonance in Groups” by McKimmie from Social and Personality Psychology Compass (2015).

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Read “I Want to be Like You: Self-Regulation in the Development of the Social Self” by Matschke & Sassenberg from Social Psychology (2012).

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Read “Capturing Changes in Social Identities Over Time and How they Become Part of the Self-Concept” by Amiot, de la Sablonniere, Smith, & Smith from Social and Personality Psychology Compass (2015).

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Read “Social Identity and Intergroup Relations” by Abrams from APA Handbook of Personality and Social Psychology, Volume 2: Group Processes (2015).

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