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Resources from "Self-Esteem" – a Webinar with Sheldon Solomon, Ph.D.

Here you will find resources from the Webinar “Self Esteem: the Belief that One is a Valuable Contributor to a Meaningful Universe.”
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About Dr. Sheldon Solomon
Dr. Sheldon Solomon is a psychologist and the Ross Professor for Interdisciplinary Studies at Skidmore College. He is best known for developing Terror Management Theory, along with Jeff Greenberg and Tom Pyszczynski, which is concerned with how humans deal with their own sense of mortality. Dr. Solomon is the author or co-author of more than 100 articles and several books, including In the Wake of 9-11: The Psychology of Terror. He’s been featured in several films and TV documentaries as well as countless radio interviews.


 

 

 

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  1. Some people have a poor body image, some feel inadequate in social situations; others think that things are stacked against them. are all these thinkings are due to self esteem.

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