By Rick H. Hoyle
The Handbook of character and Self-Regulation integrates scholarly examine on self-regulation within the character, developmental, and social psychology traditions for a extensive viewers of social and behavioral scientists drawn to the approaches in which humans keep watch over, or fail to manage, their very own behavior.
- Examines self-regulation because it affects and is inspired through simple character procedures in basic adults
- Offers 21 unique contributions from an across the world revered crew of students within the fields of character and self-regulation
- Explores the motives and outcomes of insufficient self-regulation and the capability in which self-regulation can be improved
- Integrates empirical findings on easy character qualities with findings encouraged by means of rising versions of self-regulation
- Provides a entire, updated, and stimulating view of the sector for college kids and researchers in a variety of disciplines
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