Translation of self-image in Spanish:

self-image

imagen de sí mismo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈˌsɛlf ˈɪmɪdʒ//ˌsɛlfˈɪmɪdʒ/

noun

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    imagen de sí mismo feminine
    • Our self-images are constituted in negotiation with others, through social comparison.
    • Many of my old friends seem to have constructed their self-images around the belief that it is their political liberalism that defines them as good.
    • Human beings have needs that make living meaningful, create favorable self-images and enhance close relations with other people.
    • The introject and the corresponding self-image of the mourner are in a constant and endless relationship.
    • They also, Harris argues, seeped into African Americans' self-images and undermined their self-esteem.
    • Instead people have self-interested biases, hold beliefs to construct favorable self-images, use beliefs as tools of social bonding, and suffer from coherence and confirmation bias.
    • For those people with healthy self-images, the obsession with money and security will be less, for they have found life is full of wonders and have learned to enjoy themselves with gusto.
    • Bereft of her image and most intimate self-images, her only remaining refuge is in the realm of sound.
    • I want to help her grow up with a positive self-image which isn't anything to do with the size she is or the way she looks.
    • Processing thinking is also misused by most adolescents to create artificial self-images or egos by erroneously thinking that their worth is connected to external conditions, possessions, looks, and behavior.
    • This clarification can have profound effects on the self-image of the child.
    • Romantic relationships become just another way for them to pump up their own self-image.
    • If this were to occur, it could damage the seducer's self-image and lower his self-esteem.
    • The person with a poor self-image may decide that the reason they are not the most popular person in the group is because of the shape of their nose.
    • Victor's first inkling that his self-image is suspect comes with that rejection at the pool.
    • America's classic modes of movie-making, from the western to film noir, reflect the self-image of its people.
    • High self-image and low self-esteem, according to one theory, lie at the heart of the stand-up comic.
    • Cultural stereotypes, expectations and self-images play a significant role in the vicious circle of poverty.
    • Based on theoretical interests in family socialization, acculturation, ethnic identity and ethnic self-images, a developmental perspective was deemed appropriate.
    • These self-images and expectations seem quite normal to us, patterned as they are after the traumatic attachment patterns of childhood.