social psychology

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independent view of the self VS interdependent view of the self

Answer:
a way of defining oneself in terms of one's own internal thoughts, feelings, actions and not in terms of the thoughts, feelings and actions of other people

VS

a way of defining oneself in terms of one's relationships to other people; recognizing that one's behavior is often determined by the thoughts, feelings, and actions of others.

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