Spontaneous implementation intentions and impulsivity: can impulsivity moderate the effectiveness of planning strategies?

@article{Churchill2010SpontaneousII,
  title={Spontaneous implementation intentions and impulsivity: can impulsivity moderate the effectiveness of planning strategies?},
  author={Sue Churchill and Donna Catherine Jessop},
  journal={British journal of health psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={15 Pt 3},
  pages={529-41}
}
OBJECTIVE Self-initiated plans relating to when, where, and how behaviour will be performed have been shown to be effective in promoting goal progress. The current study (N=256) explored whether any impact of self-initiated implementation intentions on the avoidance of snacking was moderated by impulsivity. DESIGN AND METHODS The study employed a prospective design. At Time 1, participants reported the extent to which they had formed self-initiated implementation intentions to avoid eating… CONTINUE READING

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