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Addiction, cigarette smoking, and voluntary control of action
Charting The Future Of Social Psychology On Stormy Seas
How to Make Nothing Out of Something
How to Make Nothing Out of Something
Higher Self-Control Capacity Predicts Lower Anxiety-Impaired Cognition during Math Examinations
Social Networking Online And Personality Of Self-worth
Higher Self-Control Capacity Predicts Lower Anxiety-Impaired Cognition during Math Examinations.
Childhood Self-control Predicts Smoking Throughout Life
Childhood self-control predicts smoking throughout life
On The Necessity Of Consciousness For Sophisticated Human Action
Ordinary people associate addiction with loss of free will.
Buying To Blunt Negative Feelings
Psychological Presence of Family Improves Self-Control
Guilty, Free and Wise
Alone but Feeling No Pain
Power to Help
What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
Need to Belong and Motivated Gratitude
Risk-Taking as a Mating Strategy
Unfulfilled Goals Interfere with Other, Unrelated Pursuits
Does a Broken Heart Lead to an Empty Wallet?
Stereotype Suppression Effects on Self-Control of Alcohol Consumption
Forgiving Freely
Power and Belonging
Self-Regulation and Sexual Restraint
Wearing Your Heart on Your Sleave
Grit, Self-Control and the Fear of Failure
Ego Depletion Decreases Trust in Economic Decision Making
Energy in the Air and Psychological Work
Does Resolved Uncertainty Continue to Undermine Self-Regulation?
Two Side-Effect Effects
Want to Stand Out or Blend in?
Pride and Humility
If I Can't Feel Your Pain, Then I Inflict Pain on You
Suicide Ideation and Negative Views of Treatment
Expressing Gratitude and Gaining (or Losing) Status
Equalitarianism
Committed but Closed-Minded
Ego Depletion, Working Memory, and the Executive Function of the Self
Neuroendocrine and Affective Responses to Social Rejection and Acceptance by Peers
Shooting the Shit
One's Better Half
Caring and the Apprehension of Value
Sex Ratio, Sociosexual Orientation, and Intrasexual Aggression
Free to Choose, Free to Dislike
I Forgive You, but Don't Do It Again!
Glucose Allocation during Self-Regulation as a Function of Cognitive Assumptions, Role Motivations, and Monetary Incentives
Caffeine and Self-Control
Effect of Social Exclusion on Close Relationships
Cognitive Miserliness Preserves the Self-Regulatory Resource

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