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Rana Zuhair Fadihel Mohamad
dr.rana.z.fadeil@tu.ed.iq

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The current research aims to identify the degree of development of the false self among adolescents based on two variables: age (18، 16، 14، 12 years) and gender. Additionally، it seeks to determine the significance of differences in false self-development between these age groups and genders، as well as to detect the degree of illusory superiority bias depending on age and gender variables. Furthermore، it aims to reveal the nature of the correlation between the false self and the illusion of superiority bias. The sample consisted of 200 male and female adolescents، equally distributed between genders، selected using a random stratified method. To achieve the research objectives، the researcher employed two research tools corresponding to the research variables. The Psychometric Instruments has been Computed The results، obtained after statistical processing of the data، indicate a developmental trajectory for the False Self among adolescents across the age ranges covered in the study. As well as the adolescents have been Illusion Superiority Bias development with age and sex, Moreover، the results suggest a positive correlation between the research variables. The study concludes with several findings، recommendations، and proposals.

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Fadihel Mohamad, R. Z. (2024). The development Of the False Self (Ego) and Its Relationship Significance of Illusion Superiority Bias IN Adolescents. Journal of Tikrit University for Humanities, 31(5), 346–374. https://doi.org/10.25130/jtuh.31.5.2024.18
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