Image refers to a mental representation that has picture-like qualities; an icon.

In psychology, "image" can refer to a mental representation or depiction of something, such as an object, person, or concept. Here are a few examples of how "image" might be used in the field of psychology:

  1. Mental image: This refers to a mental representation of something, such as a visual image that appears in one's mind when thinking about a particular person or place.

  2. Body image: This refers to an individual's perception of their own physical appearance, including their size, shape, and overall appearance.

  3. Self-image: This refers to an individual's overall sense of their own identity, including their beliefs and feelings about themselves.

  4. Group image: This refers to the collective perception or reputation of a group of people, such as a team or organization.

  5. Public image: This refers to the way in which an individual or group is perceived by others, particularly in the context of public relations or the media.


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