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"Hunger and Reduced Self-Control in the Laboratory and across the World: Reducing Hunger as a Self-Control Panacea"
written by Matthew T. Gailliot,
published by Psychology, Vol.4 No.1, 2013
has been cited by the following article(s):
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[4] Social justice framework for exploring the role of leaders in redressing school safety and orderliness: a case study of multiple deprived schools in Johannesburg
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[5] Light in Darkness: Low Self-Control Promotes Altruism in Crises
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[9] Higher trait self-control is associated with less intense visceral states
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[10] Higher Trait Self-Control Is Associated with Less Intense Visceral States Cassandra L. Baldwin Anna J. Finley Katie E. Garrison Texas A&M University
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[11] More is meaningful: the magnitude effect in intertemporal choice depends on self-control
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[12] Pictorial and mental arid landscape images reduce the motivation to change negative habits
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[13] Energy and Psychology
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[14] Factors to Affect Improvement in Cyber Officer Performance
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[15] Keep it cool: temperature priming effect on cognitive control
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[17] Following Jesus with your brain: Applying knowledge of neuroscience and philosophy of mind to strengthen discipleship in a local church
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[18] Effect of Motivation and Physical Fitness on Cyber Tasks
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[19] Action and Passivity as Proportional to Available Self-Control (Metabolic) Energy: Self-Control Use, Diabetes, and Action
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[20] Health behaviours and their facilitation under depletion conditions: The case of snacking
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[21] Effect of Motivation and Physical Fitness on Cyber Tasks.
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[22] Effect of password sentences with emotional content
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[23] Cognitive and Neural Mechanisms of Self-Control
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