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Chapter 13

PSYC 233 Chapter 13: Chapter 13 Summary


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC-233
Professor
Gower
Chapter
13

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THE SELF-REGULATION PERSPECTIVE
From Cognition to Behavior
Intentions
Goals, Goal Setting
Implementation Intentions and the Importance of Strategies
Deliberative and Implemental Mindsets
Self-Regulation and Feedback Control
Feedback Control
Self-Directed Attention and the Action of the Comparator
Mental Contrasting and Goal Matching
Hierarchical Organization
Issues Concerning Hierarchical Organization
Evidence of Hierarchical Organization
Construal Levels
Emotions
Effects of Expectancies: Effort versus Disengagement
Partial Disengagement
Further Themes in Self-Regulation
Approach and Avoidance
Intention-Based and Stimulus-Based Action
Self-Regulation as Self-Control
Assessment - Self-Regulatory Qualities
Assessment - Goals
Problems in Behavior, and Behavior Change
Problems as Conflicts among Goals and Lack of Strategy Specifications
Problems from an Inability to Disengage
Self-Regulation and the Process of Therapy
Therapy Is Training in Problem Solving
The Self-Regulation Perspective: Problems and Prospects
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