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Self-concept – is formed both from the

SR. CALLISTA ROY internal perceptions and from the

“Adaptation Model” perception of others.
Self-concept – changes overtime and
guide’s ones actions (due to
The four adaptive modes of the
subsystem are how the regulator and
Two components
cognator mechanisms are manifested; in
The Physical Self- body sensation and
other words, they are the external
body image
expressions of the above and internal
The Personal Self- self consistency;
self-ideal, moral-ethical-spiritual self
Physiological-Physical Mode
Role Function Mode
“ way a person responds as a physical
“a role, as the functioning unit of the
being to stimuli from the environment”
society is a set of expectations about
-we respond in our environment
how a person occupying one position
behaves toward a person occupying
Physical and chemical processes
another position” according to Andrews
involved in the function and activities of
and Roy. (one being a model to
living organisms. These are the actual
processes put in motion by the regulator
This mode focuses on the primary,
secondary and tertiary roles that a
The basic need of this mode is
person occupies in society, and knowing
composed of the needs associated with
where he or she stands as a member of
oxygenation, nutrition, elimination,
activity and rest, and protection.
Interdependence Mode
The complex processes of this mode
This mode focuses on attaining
are associated with the senses, fluid
relational integrity through the giving
and electrolytes, neurologic function,
and receiving of love, respect and value.
and endocrine function. Difficulty
This is achieved with effective
breathing, underweight, overweight.
communication and relations.
Self-Concept Group Adaptive Mode
“refers to the psychological and spiritual
characteristics of the person”

Self-concept – consist of all the beliefs

and feelings that one has formed about