Nikos L. D. Chatzisarantis

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  • Martin S. Hagger, Giulia Panetta, Chung-Ming Leung, Ging Ging Wong, John C. K. Wang, Derwin K. C. Chan +2 others
  • 2013
The current research tested the hypothesis that individuals engaged in long-term efforts to limit food intake (e.g., individuals with high eating restraint) would have reduced capacity to regulate eating when self-control resources are limited. In the current research, body mass index (BMI) was used as a proxy for eating restraint based on the assumption(More)
It is premature to regard the ego-depletion effect as " Too Incredible " The " strength " model conceptualizes self-control as a limited resource (Baumeister et al., 1998). Individuals are able to exert self-control, but only for a limited period after which capacity declines leading to reduced self-control capacity ; a state known as ego-depletion. The(More)
This study examined the motivation of young people in internet gaming using the dualistic model of passion. Path analysis was used to examine the relationships between the two types of passion: obsessive and harmonious passion, behavioral regulations, and flow. A total of 1074 male secondary school students from Singapore took part in the study. The results(More)
The trans-contextual model outlines the processes by which autonomous motivation toward activities in a physical education context predicts autonomous motivation toward physical activity outside of school, and beliefs about, intentions toward, and actual engagement in, out-of-school physical activity. In the present article, we clarify the fundamental(More)
Driven by its elegant simplicity and intuitive appeal, the ego-depletion effect has received considerable attention in the scientific literature and media. Self-control is conceptualized as a limited resource that becomes depleted after a period of exertion leading to reduced self-control capacity (Baumeister et al., 1998). Our meta-analysis of published(More)
There is a consensus of opinion among proponents of theories of achievement goals that people may choose to pursue two different types of goals: mastery goals that focus on developing competence through task mastery and learning and performance goals that focus on demonstrating competence by outperforming others Research in educational contexts indicates(More)
Existing models of exercise behavior are insufficient in predicting outcomes, this point is shown by the relatively high levels of unexplained variance in exercise behavior in meta-analyses of social cognitive theories and models (Chatzisarantis et al., 2003; Hagger and Chatzisarantis, 2009). Researchers are beginning to recognize the importance of(More)
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