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The '''actual self '''represents two different types self-images of the “actual self.” First, the “actual self” represents who a person actually is and second, represents the person that he or she believes that people in general or a [[significant other]] believes him or her to actually be (1).
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There are two aspects to '''actual self ''' First, the “actual self” represents who a person actually is, as opposed to their [[ideal self]]. In the second sense the term relates to how a person believes they are perceived by others in general or by a [[significant other]].
   
   
 
==See also==
 
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*[[Self-actualization]]
 
*[[Self congruence]]
 
*[[Self congruence]]
 
*[[Self-Discrepancy Theory]]
 
*[[Self-Discrepancy Theory]]
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*[[Social perception]]
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There are two aspects to actual self First, the “actual self” represents who a person actually is, as opposed to their ideal self. In the second sense the term relates to how a person believes they are perceived by others in general or by a significant other.


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