Implicit Self-esteem

Implicit self-esteem refers to a person's disposition to evaluate themselves in a spontaneous, automatic, or unconscious manner. It contrasts with explicit self-esteem, which entails more conscious and reflective self-evaluation. Both explicit and implicit self-esteem are constituents of self-esteem.

Read more about Implicit Self-esteem:  Overview, Conditioning Implicit Self-esteem, Measures of Implicit Self-esteem

Famous quotes containing the words implicit, self-esteem:

    A piece of advice always contains an implicit threat, just as a threat always contains an implicit piece of advice.
    José Bergamín (1895–1983)

    Children’s self-esteem develops in proportion to the depth of trust that is reached in the parent/child relationship.
    Stephanie Martson (20th century)