|Debates on whether and how self-regulatory failure would occur are still going on. In this symposium, we discuss recent evidence on the absence of the ego-depletion effect, and discuss perspectives on design features that may moderate the effect, theoretical explanations and perspectives on self-regulator failure.|
Associate Professor of Social and Experimental Psychology, Parisian Laboratory of Social Psychology. Paris. France.
221/10901 Picking through the wreckage with a stick: Lessons learned from the ego-depletion replication and suggestions
(1) Hagger, Martin
(1) John Curtin Distinguished Professor. School of Psychology and Speech Pathology. Curtin University/University of Jyväskylä. Perth/Jyväskylä. Australia/Finland.
221/10902 Investigating the Ego Depletion Effect in Within-Participants Designs
(1) Gieseler, Karolin; (2) Herrmann, Christina; (3) Loschelder, David; (4) Job, Veronika; (5) Friese, Malte
(1) Research Associate. Department of Psychology, Saarland University. Sarrebruck. Germany.; (2) PhD Student. Department of Psychology, Saarland University. Homburg. Germany.; (3) Professor for Business Psychology and Experimental Methods. Department of Strategic HRM. University of Lueneburg. Lueneburg. Germany.; (4) Research Associate. Department of Psychology, University of Zurich. Zurich. Switzerland.; (5) Director of the Department of Psychology. Department of Psychology, Saarland University. Sarrebruck. Germany.
221/10903 Depleted or detached? Testing a process model of perceived opportunity costs
(1) Rom, Sarah; (2) Hofmann, Wilhelm
(1) PhD student. Social Cognition Center Cologne, University of Cologne, Cologne. Germany.; (2) Full Professor of Social and Economic Cognition. Social Cognition Center Cologne, University of Cologne, Cologne. Germany.
221/10904 Depleted but not swayed: does changes in self-control processes reduce evaluative conditioning?
(1) Zerhouni, Oulmann; (2) Bègue, Laurent; (3) Wiers, Reinout
(1) Associate Professor of Social and Experimental Psychology. Parisian Laboratory of Social Psychology. University of Paris Nanterre. Paris. France.; (2) Full Professor of Social Psychology. LIPPC2S. University Grenoble-Alpes. Grenoble. France.; (3) Full professor of developmental psychopathology. Addiction Development and Psychopathology (ADAPT) lab. University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands.
221/10905 Effects of trait self-control on experienced and i
(1) Gillebaart, Marleen
(1) Assistant Professor. Social, Health, and Organizational Psychology, Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands