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Self control in society, mind, and brain

Author: Ran R Hassin; Kevin N Öchsner; Yaacov Trope
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
Series: Oxford series in social cognition and social neuroscience.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ran R Hassin; Kevin N Öchsner; Yaacov Trope
ISBN: 9780195391381 0195391381
OCLC Number: 758939048
Description: 1 vol. (xiii, 555 p.) : ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Neural 1. Anterior Cingulate Cortex Contributions to Cognitive and Emotional Processing: A General Purpose Mechanism for Cognitive Control and Self-Control Marie K. Krug and Cameron S. Carter2. Damaged self, damaged control: A component process analysis of the effects of frontal lobe damage on human decision making Lesley K. Fellows3. Working Hard or Hardly Working for those Rose-colored Glasses?: Behavioral and Neural Evidence for the Automatic Nature of Unrealistically Positive Self-Perceptions Jennifer S. Beer4. Control in the regulation of intergroup bias David M. Amodio and Patricia G. Devine5. Integrating Research on Self-Control across Multiple Levels of Analysis: Insights from Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Ethan Kross, Kevin Ochsner6. Using the Stroop Task to Study Emotion Regulation Jason Buhle, Tor Wager, Ed Smith7. Motivational Influences on Cognitive Control: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective Hannah S. Locke and Todd S. Braver8. The Common Neural Basis of Exerting Self-Control in Multiple Domains Jessica R. Cohen & Matthew D. LiebermanMental9. Working Memory Capacity: Self-control is (in) the Goal James M. Broadway, Thomas S. Redick, Randall W. Engle10. The Dynamic Control of Human Actions Florian Waszak, Anne Springer, Wolfgang Prinz11. Task switching: Mechanisms underlying rigid vs. flexible self control Nachshon Meiran12. Unconscious influences of attitudes and challenges to self-control Deborah L. Hall, B. Keith Payne13. Self-control over Automatic Associations Karen Gonsalkorale, Jeffrey W. Sherman, and Thomas J. Allen14. Perish the Forethought: Premeditation Engenders Misperceptions of Personal Control Carey K. Morewedge, Kurt Gray and Daniel M. Wegner15. The Power of Planning: Self-Control by Effective Goal Striving Peter M. Gollwitzer, Caterina Gawrilow, Gabriele Oettingen16. Unpacking the Self Control Dilemma and Its Modes of Resolution Arie W. Kruglanski & Catalina Kopetz17. Conflict and Control at Different Levels of Self-Regulation Abigail A. Scholer and E. Tory Higgins18. Getting Our Act Together: Toward a General Model of Self-Control Eran Magen & James J. Gross19. Implicit Control of Stereotype Activation Gordon B. Moskowitz, Peizhong Li20. Ego Depletion and the Limited Resource Model of Self-Control Nicole L. Mead, Jessica L. Alquist, Roy F. Baumeister21. Walking the Line between Goals and Temptations: Asymmetric Effects of Counteractive Control Ayelet Fishbach, Benjamin Converse22. Seeing the Big Picture: A Construal Level Analysis of Self-Control Kentaro Fujita, Yaacov Trope, Nira Liberman23. From Stimulus Control to Self-Control: Towards an Integrative Understanding of the Processes Underlying Willpower Ethan Kross, Walter MischelSocial 24. Self-Control in Groups John M. Levine, Kira Alexander, and Thomas Hansen25. Justice and the psychology of self-control Tom R. Tyler26. System Justification and the Disruption of Environmental Goal-Setting:A Self-Regulatory Perspective Irina Feygina, Rachel E. Goldsmith, John T. Jost27. Teleological Behaviorism and the Problem of Self Control Howard Rachlin
Series Title: Oxford series in social cognition and social neuroscience.
Responsibility: edited by Ran R. Hassin, Kevin N. Ochsner, Yaacov Trope.

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"The readable chapters in this book offer a beautiful blend of social psychology and social neuroscience and establish Self Control as a new area of psychological science." -- Gerald L. Clore, Read more...

 
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