Finding The “Self” in Self-Regulation: The Identity-Value Model

Volume: 28, Issue: 2-3, Pages: 77 - 98
Published: Jul 3, 2017
Abstract
Many psychological theories suggest a link between self-regulation and identity, but, until now, a mechanistic account that suggests ways to improve self-regulation has not been put forth. The identity-value model (IVM) connects the idea from social psychology that aspects of identity such as core values and group affiliations hold positive subjective value to the process-focused account from decision making and behavioral economics that...
Paper Details
Title
Finding The “Self” in Self-Regulation: The Identity-Value Model
Published Date
Jul 3, 2017
Volume
28
Issue
2-3
Pages
77 - 98
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