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'''Ego identity''' is the experience of the [[self]] as a distinct and seperate being from others. Through the processes of [[ego development]], a [[self concept]] emerges, based on ones assessment of ones own behavior, the development of social roles etc.
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'''Ego identity''' is the experience of the [[self]] as a distinct and seperate being from others. Through the processes of [[ego development]], a [[self concept]] emerges, based on ones assessment of ones own behavior, the development of [[social roles]] etc.
   
 
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Ego identity is the experience of the self as a distinct and seperate being from others. Through the processes of ego development, a self concept emerges, based on ones assessment of ones own behavior, the development of social roles etc.

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