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  1. Again, No Evidence for or Against the Existence of Ego Depletion: Opinion on “A Multi-Site Preregistered Paradigmatic Test of the Ego Depletion Effect”.Chris Englert & Alex Bertrams - 2021 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15.
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  • The Cognitive Association Between Effortful Self-Control and Decreased Vitality.Alex Bertrams - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    According to the schema model of self-control, individuals’ self-control efforts activate the fatigue/decreased vitality schema. A precondition for this schema activation is that the cognitive concepts of self-control effort and decreased vitality are associated in individuals’ minds. In the present two studies, the existence of such a cognitive association was tested. In Study 1, 133 school students from Switzerland read two similar stories in a random order. In one story, a fictitious individual engaged in effortful self-control, while in the other (...)
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  • Perceived Self-Control Effort, Subjective Vitality, and General Affect in an Associative Structure.Alex Bertrams - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    A crucial assumption of the recently developed schema model of self-control is that people’s perceived self-control efforts are related to the experience of lowered subjective vitality. In the present study, this assumption was tested. It was also examined whether perceived self-control effort is related to a diffuse affective experience or is discretely related to subjective vitality, general positive affect, and general negative affect. Based on the previous literature, it was expected that the latter would better fit the data. In a (...)
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