Supporting the self-regulatory resource: does conscious self-regulation incidentally prime nonconscious support processes?

@article{Dorris2009SupportingTS,
  title={Supporting the self-regulatory resource: does conscious self-regulation incidentally prime nonconscious support processes?},
  author={Derek C. Dorris},
  journal={Cognitive Processing},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={283-291}
}
  • Derek C. Dorris
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology, Medicine, Computer Science
  • Cognitive Processing
Ego-depletion (depletion of self-regulatory strength) can impair conscious efforts at self-regulation. Research into nonconscious self-regulation has demonstrated that preconscious automaticity and implementation intentions can automatically carry out regulatory tasks during times of ego-depletion. However, preconscious automaticity can only emerge during well-practiced tasks while implementation intentions can only support tasks that have been explicitly planned. Thus, when it comes to… Expand
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