Perfectionism (Ft. Procrastination): Perfectionists are people who set unrealistically high expectations for themselves, which may or may not be detrimental to themselves (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011). Perfectionists tend to perceive mistakes as proof of their lack of worth, and if they do not do something right, they should not do it at all (Haskings-Winner, et al. 2011).

Perfectionism (Ft. Procrastination): Perfectionists are people who set unrealistically high expectations for themselves, which may or may not be detrimental to themselves (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011). Perfectionists tend to perceive mistakes as proof of their lack of worth, and if they do not do something right, they should not do it at all (Haskings-Winner, et al. 2011).

Introversion is when one`s interests are inwards, finding prolonged exposure to people draining and thus need to be alone for some time as they draw energy from themselves (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011). Some may find their lack of desire to interact as a personal offense, this is typically a misconception, the introvert merely finds the interaction draining or anxiety-inducing.

Introversion is when one`s interests are inwards, finding prolonged exposure to people draining and thus need to be alone for some time as they draw energy from themselves (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011). Some may find their lack of desire to interact as a personal offense, this is typically a misconception, the introvert merely finds the interaction draining or anxiety-inducing.

Diagnosis and medication of mental illness: Once the sigma of having a mental illness is overcome, one still has to seek help for it. Many people do have legitimate mental health issues, but there is an issue of those that are not in need of any form of medication being medicated (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011).

Diagnosis and medication of mental illness: Once the sigma of having a mental illness is overcome, one still has to seek help for it. Many people do have legitimate mental health issues, but there is an issue of those that are not in need of any form of medication being medicated (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011).

Friendship is magic! Who are these wonderful, beautiful, witty people and what effect do they have on me? Friends are an important agent of socialization; they do not have the restraint of figures of authority and have an added gooey layer of familiarity and hipness. The prevalence of this peer influence is more significant when one attends school, as parents/guardians are no longer the only humans one interacts with (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011).

Friendship is magic! Who are these wonderful, beautiful, witty people and what effect do they have on me? Friends are an important agent of socialization; they do not have the restraint of figures of authority and have an added gooey layer of familiarity and hipness. The prevalence of this peer influence is more significant when one attends school, as parents/guardians are no longer the only humans one interacts with (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011).

“Prejudice is prejudgement or judgement of someone based on stereotypes and biases” (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011. P.374). Prejudice can manifest itself in ways such as: exclusion, insults/teasing, physical or sexual assault, or even just mean, mean thoughts. Prejudice can result from one viewing a group as inferior, feeling threatened by a group, ignorance, or some people are just jerks.

“Prejudice is prejudgement or judgement of someone based on stereotypes and biases” (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011. P.374). Prejudice can manifest itself in ways such as: exclusion, insults/teasing, physical or sexual assault, or even just mean, mean thoughts. Prejudice can result from one viewing a group as inferior, feeling threatened by a group, ignorance, or some people are just jerks.

Conformity vs. Nonconformity: Conformity is when one changes one’s behaviour, attitudes and beliefs based on those of those around them. Nonconformists on the other hand, are those who maintain their own way of thinking or behaving despite whatever the crowd does, they are true individuals (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011).

Conformity vs. Nonconformity: Conformity is when one changes one’s behaviour, attitudes and beliefs based on those of those around them. Nonconformists on the other hand, are those who maintain their own way of thinking or behaving despite whatever the crowd does, they are true individuals (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011).

Intrinsic Motivation is being motivated to complete or perform a task for its own sake, for an internalized reason, or desire to better one`s self. This contrasts to extrinsic motivation which is being motivated to do something for the sake of a reward or lest you be punished in some way (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011). Some may study for a test because they wish to be prepared and also to further understand that which they are studying, this is intrinsic motivation.

Intrinsic Motivation is being motivated to complete or perform a task for its own sake, for an internalized reason, or desire to better one`s self. This contrasts to extrinsic motivation which is being motivated to do something for the sake of a reward or lest you be punished in some way (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011). Some may study for a test because they wish to be prepared and also to further understand that which they are studying, this is intrinsic motivation.

Gender Identity is one’s sense of being male or female. There are several theories as to how one acquires this throughout one’s life (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011). Social Learning Theory supposes that one learns what it is to be one’s respective gender through observation of how others act according to their own gender.

Gender Identity is one’s sense of being male or female. There are several theories as to how one acquires this throughout one’s life (Haskings-Winner, Collishaw, Kritzer, and Warecki, 2011). Social Learning Theory supposes that one learns what it is to be one’s respective gender through observation of how others act according to their own gender.

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