Handbook of Mental Control
Prentice Hall, 1993 - Psychology - 611 pages
For the first time, this volume brings together the research and theories of psychologists whose work explores the processes and strategies that are involved when people attempt to control their own thoughts, moods, and behavior. It covers the multiple dimensions of mental control - its causes, consequences, and components, and draws on current research within social, personality, cognitive, developmental, and clinical psychology. For professionals in the field of behavior analysis.
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Lessons from Our Past
Social Foundations of Mental Control
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