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The degree to which you see yourself as valuable and worthwhile is self-________.
Self-esteem: the value, respect, and honor you have for yourself
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User: The second step in the perceptual process is _________ data

User: The degree to which you see yourself as valuable and worthwhile is self-________.

Weegy: Self-esteem: the value, respect, and honor you have for yourself
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User: . What does the Plus - 2 Concept add to Barnlund's theory?

Weegy: Self-orientation
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