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Is everyone’s self-control depleted by use?

Posted on Sep 27, 2012 by Peter Totterdell

Some of the EROS team (Niven, Totterdell, Miles, Webb, & Sheeran) recently published a paper in Cognition & Emotion titled “Achieving the same for less: Improving mood depletes blood glucose for people with poor (but not good) emotion control”.You can find the abstract for that article in: Achieving the same for less

Social psychologist Alice Boyes has written a blog about this work in Psychology Today.  Here is a link to that blog:
Is Everyone’s Self-Control Depleted By Use?

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