Desire for Control: Personality, Social and Clinical Perspectives

@inproceedings{Burger1992DesireFC,
  title={Desire for Control: Personality, Social and Clinical Perspectives},
  author={Jerry M. Burger},
  year={1992}
}
Introduction. Measuring Desire for Control. Social Interactions. Social Influence. Achievement Behavior and Intrinsic Motivation. Attributions and Information Processing. Well-Being, Adjustment and Health. Depression. Gambling Behavior. Conclusion. 

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