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Why Is It So Hard to Do What We Should?

Lecture no. 1 from the course: Scientific Secrets for Self-Control

Why Is It So Hard to Do What We Should?

Taught by Professor C. Nathan DeWall | 31 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Professional Development Courses

Critical to understanding self-control: understanding why we often fail at it. First, Professor DeWall explains one of the most influential models about how self-control works, and the two classic experiments that tested this model. Then, learn why depleted energy causes us to show poor self-control and how our individual characteristics shape this energy.

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