Symposia: 221/39 - Getting things done: New findings on reducing the intention-behaviour gap

Wednesday 5 July
14.30 - 16.10 h.
Manuel Falla
This symposium points to new research showing that the intention-behaviour gap does not need to be accepted as a given. We will describe aspects of the situation and person and self-regulatory strategies that affect the width of this gap.

 

Chairs
Thomas Webb
Reader in Psychology. Department of Psychology. The University of Sheffield. Sheffield. United Kingdom.

Chairs
Gabriele Oettingen
New York University, USA and University of Hamburg, Germany

 

221/3901 Translating intentions into health actions: the role of motivational coherence

(1) Sheeran, Paschal; (2) Conner, Mark

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. University of North Carolina. Chapel Hill. US; (2) Professor. School of Psychology. University of Leeds. Leeds. UK

221/3902 Effortless self-control for successfully operating on goals

(1) de Ridder, Denise; (2) Gillebaart, Marleen; (3) van der Weiden, Anouk; (4) Benjamins, Jeroen

(1) Professor. Clinical and Health Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (2) Assistant Professor. Clinical and Health Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (3) Postdoc. Clinical and Health Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (4) Assistant Professor. Clinical and Health Psychology. Utrecht University. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

221/3903 Mental contrasting turns us into caretakers of ourselves

(1) Oettingen, Gabriele; (2) Schwörer, Bettina; (3) Reininger, K. Michael

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. New York University. New York. US; (2) Dr. Institute for Psychology. University of Hamburg. Hamburg. Germany.; (3) Dr. Institute for Psychology. University of Hamburg. Hamburg. Germany.

221/3904 Understanding different ways of monitoring goal progress and their impact on goal attainment

(1) Webb, Thomas; (2) Harkin, Benjamin; (3) Chang, Betty; (4) Prestwich, Andrew; (5) Conner, Mark; (6) Kellar, Ian; (7) Benn, Yael

(1) Reader in Psychology. Department of Psychology. The University of Sheffield. Sheffield. UK; (2) Dr. Department of Psychology. The University of Sheffield. Sheffield. UK; (3) Dr. Center for Research in Cognition & Neurosciences. Universite Libre de Bruxelles. Brussels, Belgium.; (4) Senior Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Leeds. Leeds. UK.; (5) Professor. School of Psychology. University of Leeds. Leeds. UK.; (6) Associate Professor of Health Psychology. School of Psychology. University of Leeds. Leeds. UK.; (7) Lecturer. Department of Psychology. Manchester Metropolitan University. Manchester. UK

221/3905 Enhancing group decisions via if–then planning

(1) Gollwitzer, Peter; (2) Thürmer, J. Lukas; (3) Wieber, Frank

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. New York University. New York. US; (2) Interim Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Konstanz. Konstanz. Germany.; (3) Dr. Department of Psychology. University of Konstanz. Konstanz. Germany.