The Michigan Daily surveyed 400 students with a focus on imposter syndrome. The survey looked at how UM students compare themselves to others in relation to intelligence. In THIS ARTICLE, Dr. Christine Asidao was featured as an expert from CAPS.
“It’s not typically students directly say they have imposter syndrome — it’s typically the qualities that I see such as feeling inadequate, maybe having experiences of just low self-confidence, low self-worth, there’s a lot of social comparison,” Asidao said. “Thinking about the motto of the university: leaders and best. Does that mean everyone can be a leader and everyone can be the best?”
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