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Since the self is malleable and dynamic (Sedikides & Gregg, 2003), would you agree that it is possible for a person to change through feedback received from others? Similarly, if a person receives negative reactions to their stories or interactions with others, would that person change the socially unacceptable behavior, or not even be aware of that part of themselves that is giving them the negative feedback?




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