Implicit measures of self-esteem began to be used in the 1980s.  These rely on indirect measures of cognitive processing thought to be linked to implicit self-esteem , including the Name Letter Task .  Such indirect measures are designed to reduce awareness of the process of assessment. When used to assess implicit self-esteem, psychologists feature self-relevant stimuli to the participant and then measure how quickly a person identifies positive or negative stimuli.  For example, if a woman was given the self-relevant stimuli of female and mother, psychologists would measure how quickly she identified the negative word, evil, or the positive word, kind.
Question: Unit 71: Understand Professional Management and Leadership in Health and Social Care.
1:1 Research theories for Management and Leadership
1:2 Analyse how theoretical models of management and leadership can be applied to a range of situations in a work setting.
1:3 Analyse how the values and cultural context of an organisation influences the application of management and leadership models.
2:1 2:2 2:3 Evaluate interdependencies between leadership and management, analyse the conflicts between the application of management and leadership models and
3:1 Analyse the skills to be an effective leader and effective manager.
3:2 Explain why managers in health and social care setting need both management and leadership skills.
3:3 Analyse how Leadership skills can influence the values of the organisation
Explain why Leadership styles may need to be adapted to manage different situations.
4:1 & 4:2 Identify factors that influence policy driver & Analyse emerging themes and trends that impact on management and leadership of health and social care services.