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particular, Kubanyiova’s ( 2009 ) work on developing the concept of possible language teacher self is worth noting here, which is understood as “ language teachers’ cognitive representations of their ideal, ought-to and feared selves in relation to their

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Collins, N. L. , & Allard, L. M. (2003). Cognitive representations of attachment: The content and function of working models. In G. J. O. Fletcher , & M. S. Clar (Eds.), Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Interpersonal Processes (pp. 60

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, M. J., Garcia-Marquez, L. (2008) Condom inclusion in cognitive representations of sexual encounters. The Journal of Sex Research, 45, 358–379. Andersen, B. L., Cyranowski, J. M. (1994) Women sexual self

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Bowlby, J. (1980) Attachment and loss: Vol. 3. Loss . Lippincott New Scale, Philadelphia Brotchie, J., Meyer, C., Copello, A., Kidney, R., Waller, G. (2004) Cognitive representations in alcohol and opiate abuse

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postulates that people actively construct their mental representations toward potential health threats (i.e., an illness). Illness representation consists of cognitive representations and emotional representations. These two components interact with each

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-013-0085-1 Collins , N. L. , & Allard , L. M. ( 2004 ). Cognitive representations of attachment: The content and function of working models . In M. B. Brewer , & M. Hewstone (Eds.), Social cognition

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