From leading authorities, this significantly revised and expanded handbook is a highly regarded reference in a rapidly growing field. It thoroughly examines the conscious and unconscious processes by which people manage their behavior and emotions, control impulses, and strive toward desired goals. Chapters explore such vital issues as why certain individuals have better self-control than others; how self-regulation shapes, and is shaped by, social relationships; underlying brain mechanisms and developmental pathways; and which interventions can improve people’s self-control. The volume also addresses self-regulatory failures and their consequences, with chapters on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, criminality, addictions, and money management challenges. As a special bonus, purchasers of the third edition can download a supplemental e-book featuring two notable, highly cited chapters from the second edition. New to This Edition *Incorporates current topic areas, theories, and empirical findings. *Updated throughout, with 21 new chapters and numerous new authors. *Cutting-edge topics: implicit self-regulation processes, the role of physical needs and processes (such as the importance of sleep), the benefits of dampening positivity, the frequency and consequences of emotional control in the workplace, and self-regulation training. *Expanded coverage of motivational factors, romantic relationships, and lapses of self-control. *Supplemental e-book featuring selected chapters from the prior edition.
|Publisher:||Guilford Publications, Inc.|
|Edition description:||Third Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.20(d)|
About the Author
Kathleen D. Vohs, PhD, is Associate Professor of Marketing at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota. She holds a McKnight Presidential Fellowship and is the Board of Overseers Professor of Marketing. Dr. Vohs has more than 120 professional publications, including six books. Her research is concerned with self-regulation, particularly in regard to impulsive spending and eating, decision making, self-esteem, the fear and feeling of being duped, self-escape behaviors, and the psychology of money. Roy F. Baumeister, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Florida State University and at the University of Queensland in Australia. Dr. Baumeister has written more than 600 professional publications and numerous books for professionals and the general public. His research on self-regulation addresses such topics as aggression, eating, sexuality, emotion, limited resources, addiction, free will, physiology, and task performance.
Table of Contents
I. Basic Regulatory Processes 1. Self-Regulation of Action and Affect, Charles S. Carver & Michael F. Scheier 2. The Self-Regulation of Emotion: Theoretical and Empirical Advances, Sander L. Koole & Amelia Aldao 3. Self-Control and Ego Depletion, Heather M. Maranges & Roy F. Baumeister 4. Self-Regulation of Implicit Social Cognition, Andrew M. Rivers, Jimmy Calanchini, & Jeffrey W. Sherman 5. Desire and Self-Regulation, Wilhelm Hofmann & Kathleen D. Vohs 6. The Role of Habits in Self-Control, Wendy Wood II. Cognitive, Physiological, and Neurological Dimensions of Self-Regulation 7. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Self-Regulatory Failure, Dylan D. Wagner & Todd F. Heatherton 8. Pause and Plan: The Physiology of Self-Regulation, Suzanne C. Segerstrom, Ian A. Boggero, & Daniel R. Evans 9. Consensus versus Anarchy in the Senate of the Mind: On the Roles of High Level versus Low Level Construal in Self-Control, Jessica J. Carnevale & Kentaro Fujita 10. Beyond Limited Resources: Self-Control Failure as the Product of Shifting Priorities, Michael Inzlicht & Brandon J. Schmeichel 11. The Essential Role of Sleep in Self-Regulation, Zlatan Krizan & Garret Hisler 12. Automatic Self-Regulation: From Habit to Goal Pursuit, Esther K. Papies & Henk Aarts 13. Planning Promotes Goal Striving, Peter M. Gollwitzer & Gabrielle Oettingen III. Social, Organizational, and Cultural Dimensions of Self-Regulation 14. Trust and the Perception of Self-Control: Knowing When to Trust Others, Catrin Finkenauer & Francesca Righetti 15. Self-Regulation as a Transactive Process: Reconceptualizing the Unit of Analysis for Goal Setting, Pursuit, and Outcomes, Eli J. Finkel, Gráinne M. Fitzsimons, & Michelle R. vanDellen 16. Regulation Processes in Romantic Relationships, Jeffry A. Simpson, Nickola C. Overall, Allison K. Farrell, & Yuthika U. Girme 17. Religion and Self-Regulation: Integrating Skills-Based and Motivation-Based Accounts, Kristin Laurin & Aaron C. Kay 18. Focusing in on the Emotion Laborer: Emotion Regulation at Work, Drew B. Mallory & Deborah E. Rupp IV. Personality and Self-Regulation 19. Impulsivity as a Personality Trait, Colin G. DeYoung & Amanda R. Rueter 20. The Emerging Field of Positive Emotion Dysregulation, Alta du Pont, Keith Welker, Kirsten E. Gilbert, & June Gruber 21. Grit: Sustained Self-Regulation in the Service of Superordinate Goals, Lauren Eskreis-Winkler, James J. Gross, & Angela L. Duckworth 22. Varieties of Self-Control and Their Personality Correlates, Rick H. Hoyle & Erin K. Davisson V. Development and Self-Regulation 23. The Development of Executive Functions and Self-Regulation: A Bidirectional Psychobiological Model, Clancy Blair 24. Self-Regulation Training, Elliot T. Berkman 25. Effortful Control: Relations with Emotion Regulation, Adjustment, and Socialization in Childhood, Nancy Eisenberg, Cynthia L. Smith, & Tracy L. Spinrad 26. Aging and Self-Regulation, William von Hippel & Julie D. Henry VI. Self-Regulation Challenges 27. Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Self-Regulation: Taking an Evolutionary Perspective on Executive Functioning, Russell A. Barkley 28. Self-Control and Crime: Theory, Research, and Remaining Puzzles, Michael Rocque, Chad Posick, & Alex R. Piquero 29. Deciding to Curtail Persistence, Joseph T. McGuire & Joseph W. Kable 30. Problems with Positive Thinking and How to Overcome Them, Gabriele Oettingen & Julie Y. A. Cachia 31. Self-Regulatory Failure and Addiction, Michael A. Sayette & Kasey G. Creswell 32. The Role of Self-Regulation in Financial Well-Being, Poornima Vinoo, Kim Ly, & Dilip Soman Supplemental E-book Featuring Selected Chapters from the Second Edition: *Self-Efficacy Beliefs and the Architecture of Personality: On Knowledge, Appraisal, and Self-Regulation, Daniel Cervone, Nilly Mor, Heather Orom, William G. Shadel, & Walter D. Scott *Promotion and Prevention Systems: Regulatory Focus Dynamics within Self-Regulatory Hierarchies, Abigail A. Scholer & E. Tory Higgins
Researchers and students in social, cognitive, personality, developmental, and clinical psychology. May serve as a supplemental text in graduate-level courses.