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On the Self-Regulation of Behavior
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Turn on 1-Click ordering. This book is a reader-friendly description of a viewpoint on human behavior which sees all behavior as aimed at attaining goals. The book blends ideas that have long been part of self-regulation models with ideas that are recently emergent in psychology: dynamic systems and catastrophe theory. This book presents a thorough overview of a model of human functioning based on the idea that behavior is goal-directed and regulated by feedback control. Charles S. Carver, University of Miami, Michael F. Scheier, Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania. 3 - Discrepancy-Reducing Feedback Processes in Behavior. 17 - Is Behavior Controlled or Does It Emerge?.
On the Self-Regulation of Behavior. This book is a reader-friendly description of a viewpoint on human behavior which sees all behavior as aimed at attaining goals. A wide variety of topics are treated: ranging from goals, to emotion, to persistence and giving up, to living and dying. This book presents a thorough overview of a model of human functioning based on the idea that behavior is goal-directed and regulated by. 3. ON THE STRUCTURE OF. BEHAVIORAL. SELF-REGULATION. CHARLES S. CARVER* AND. MICHAEL F. SCHEIER t. *University of Miami, Coral Gables.
Self-regulation theories, describing the processes by which one attempts to gain control over behavior, thoughts, feelings, desires, and actions in the service of goal attainment [6, 7] provide useful insights into a range of phenomena including avoidance behavior and attentional processes . CHAPTER SELF-REGULATION OF BEHAVIOR. Chances are you know people who work really hard at what they do. They always try their. On the Self-Regulation of Behavior has 21 ratings and 2 reviews. Jenny said: this book is one of my top 10 favorite books of all time, although the major. We agree with the general thrust of Carver and Scheier's position on self- regulation and applaud their important effort to integrate complexity.