According to Alberts, Elkind, and Ginsberg the personal fable "is the corollary to
the imaginary audience. Thinking of himself or herself as the center of attention, ...
According to About.com, the term "personal fable" is used to describe an
egocentric belief commonly held by adolescents that one is highly unique and
One of the developmental phenomenon widely observed in youth is the personal
fable. This concept holds that adolescents believe themselves to be special ...
The Personal Fable is a belief held by many adolescents telling them that they
are special and unique, so much so that none of life's difficulties or problems will
Dec 1, 2016 ... The personal fable is a cognitive limitation linked to egocentrism. The personal
fable can lead to risk-taking and dangerous behaviors.
Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning Fall 1997, pp. 56-63 The Role
of the Personal Fable in Adolescent Service-Learning and Critical Reflection ...
homepages.wmich.edu/~rmckinn2/3500/Risk Taking in Adolescence.pdf
Dec 19, 2006 ... The Personal Fable and Risk-Taking in Early Adolescence. Amy Alberts · David
Elkind · Stephen Ginsberg. Received: 5 July 2006 / Accepted: 7 ...
www3.nd.edu/~dlapsle1/Lab/Articles & Chapters_files/Aalsma Laps Flannery Personal Fables Narcissism Adol Adjustment.pdf
personal fable ideation is a multidimensional construct with differential
implications for adoles- cent mental health. Adolescent fables of invulnerability
Dec 19, 2006 ... The personal fable is the corollary to the imaginary audience. Thinking of himself
or herself as the center of attention, the adolescent comes to ...
Nov 17, 2010 ... Piaget called this the "personal fable." Many teens believe they have unique
abilities, or conversely, unique problems, different from anyone ...