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Lecture

Self-Regulation

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY 274
Professor
Vander Drift
Semester
Fall

Description
Fundamental purpose of having a self is to regulate thoughts emotions behaviorSelfs capacity to alter its own responses Requires monitoring Requires capacity for change Becomes depleted when you use itGoalidea of some desired future state Valuegoalaction Include personal projects personal strivings Common to have more than 1Average15Rubicon Model of Action Phases 1 Predecisional action phaseSelection of goals culture sets options people choose among themDesirability vs feasabilityCulminates w indiv choosing goal Deliberative mindsetFunction decide what to doAttitude openmindedMental focus is it desirable andor feasibleCore question why should I do itStyle of thought realisticWhich goals are best
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