Identity may refer to one of the following:
- Corporate identity is the physical manifestation of a business brand.
- Identity theft is the deliberate appropriation of someone else's identity (without that person's permission) for criminal purposes.
- Identity (social science) (or "social identity"). In the social sciences, identity has specific meanings, stemming from cognitive theory, sociology, politics, and psychology. See also identity politics.
- Cultural identity is a person's self-affiliation (or categorization by others) as a member of a cultural group.
- Ethnic identity
- Gender identity is the gender with which a person identifies (or is identified by others).
- Group identity
- Digital identity is the representation of identity in terms of digital information.
- Online identity is the digital identity established by computer network users.
- Identity (philosophy) is the sameness of two things (also see law of identity)
- Identity theory of mind, in the philosophy of mind, holds that the mind is identical to the brain
- Personal identity, in philosophy
- An identity is an equality that holds regardless of the values of its variables.
- Anachronistic displacement
- Chickering's theory of identity development
- Identity control theory
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