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One's self-construction is one's cognitive and affective representation of one's own identity.
Self-construction may also refer to:
- Self-construction, the practice of creating one's own individual house
- Self-construction (cosmology), a concept in theoretical physics
- Self-construction (systems theory), the process by which a disordered system of components forms an organized structure by interactions among the components themselves
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