The self-concept is a person's understanding of his or her self.
The self-concept can be divided into a cognitive component, known as the self-schema, and an evaluative component, the self-esteem.
People develop their self-concepts by a variety of means, including introspection, feedback from others, self-perception, and social comparison.
Incongruity has been noticed between one's self-concept and one's behaviour, e.g. doing something that makes one ashamed, is called cognitive dissonance.
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