The Social Self
The painting“Triple Self-Portrait” by Norman Rockwell, represents a self-portrait that captures our capacity to view ourselves through psychological illusions. Using psychological principles on the social self (stimulation, socialization, identity and control) please explain:
1. How this self-portrait illustrates the need for positive self-regard and the use of positive illusions of the self.
2. Whether all portrait artists across different cultures and subcommunities would have a tendency to portray themselves in such a positive light.
3. How the author’s self-concept as either independent or interdependent influenced how he portrayed himself in this portrait.
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