Regulatory Mode Profiles and the Organization of the Flow of Time

@article{Garcia2016RegulatoryMP,
  title={Regulatory Mode Profiles and the Organization of the Flow of Time},
  author={Danilo Garcia and Erik Lindsk{\"a}r},
  journal={International Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-6}
}
Background: Individuals strive after goals through regulatory modes of assessment and locomotion. The independent inter-relationship between these two modes implies four profiles: assessor (i.e. high in assessment/low in locomotion), low regulator (i.e. low assessment/low locomotion), high regulator (i.e. high assessment/high locomotion), and locomotor (i.e. low assessment/high locomotion). We investigated the way individuals with different profiles organize the flow of time (i.e. past… Expand

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