“When the going gets tough, who keeps going?” Depletion sensitivity moderates the ego-depletion effect

@inproceedings{Salmon2014WhenTG,
  title={“When the going gets tough, who keeps going?” Depletion sensitivity moderates the ego-depletion effect},
  author={Stefanie J. Salmon and Marieke A. Adriaanse and E. de Vet and Bob M. Fennis and Denise T. D. de Ridder},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
Self-control relies on a limited resource that can get depleted, a phenomenon that has been labeled ego-depletion. We argue that individuals may differ in their sensitivity to depleting tasks, and that consequently some people deplete their self-control resource at a faster rate than others. In three studies, we assessed individual differences in depletion sensitivity, and demonstrate that depletion sensitivity moderates ego-depletion effects. The Depletion Sensitivity Scale (DSS) was employed… CONTINUE READING
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