Self-monitoring is a personality trait that involves the ability to monitor and regulate self-presentations, emotions, and behaviors in response to social environments and situations.
While people tend to be high or low self-monitoring in general, self-monitoring may also vary depending on the situation.
Some signs of self-monitoring include:
Self-monitoring can be divided into two types:
Self-monitoring is something that people tend to do naturally, but it is also something that you can work on applying to different situations.
Some ways that it may be useful include:
Monitoring interventions can be effective for targeting and changing behaviors.
Also improving emotional awareness in people with depression.
High-self monitors are good at adapting to the situation and getting along with others.
If you want to use self-monitoring to change your behaviors, there are things that you can do to identify, measure, and evaluate your own behaviors:
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