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Rogers's analysis allows that those who are surrounded by a permissive atmosphere, who are accorded responsibility for their own actions, and who are granted "basic respect" will develop a sense of responsible self-direction as well as enhanced creativity and a number of other by-products, all of these effects accompanying magnified insight into the self. The writings of Rogers are replete with indices by which one can spot the self-knower; a somewhat representative list reads: • • • • • Ability to consider one's own abilities with more objectivity.
That which he thinks he has; and 3. that which others think he has . . the most predictable index becomes the ratio between the second and the third items-the relation of what a man thinks he is to what others (especially the psychologist who studies him) think he is. (Allport, 1937, p. 291) This kind of thinking is reflected in the modern peer-rating technique ijackson, 1967), where the opinions of a respondent's friends or other acquaintances are used as a validity criterion-as the measure of whether the respondent's self-directed statements are accurate.
Thus, the Markus version and the Maslow and Rogers versions disagree on this point of openness to self-conceptdiscrepant information. 34 CHAPTER 3 (2) But there is an even more fundamental difference between Markus's criteria for self-knowledge and the criteria of Allport, Rogers, and Maslow. , a sense of humor, intelligent and creative functioning, autonomy, warmth, and self-confidence). For all of these theorists, the direction of the self-knower's traits is the positive or socially valued direction.