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... thinking you have more self-control ironically leads you engage in my tempting situations and are thus more likely to give in to temptation. See this article about how "students who were made to feel fatigued were less confident in their ability to control fatigue and were less willing to put off studying for exams" whereas "Smokers who were led to believe that they had superior self-control were more willing to keep a proscribed cigarette in their proximity, and, as a result, they were more likely to smoke it."                                                 → more "Did You Know"s...

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Sociometer Theory
Sociometer theory was developed by Mark Leary and his colleagues (1999) in order to explain the functions of self-esteem. Self-esteem is often over attributed and misperceived in society as the driving force behind many behaviors. They proposed, however, that self-esteem evolved to monitor one’s social acceptance and is used as a gauge for avoiding social devaluation and rejection...   (More...)
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