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PSYC30015 - Applications in Psychology

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Behavioural sciences Psychology Personality traits Behavior Conscientiousness Social dominance orientation Agreeableness HEXACO model of personality structure Extraversion and introversion G factor Honesty-humility factor of the HEXACO model of personality Subjective well-being
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Behavioural sciences Psychology Personality traits Behavior Conscientiousness Social dominance orientation Agreeableness HEXACO model of personality structure Extraversion and introversion G factor Honesty-humility factor of the HEXACO model of personality Subjective well-being
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∎ Standards/Goals: regulate behavior in relation to goals ∎ Monitoring: ability to monitor progress and then alter behavior ∎ Strength: willpower, limited self-regulatory resource HOWEVER depend on belief about limits of self-regulatory ∎ Motivation ◆ As energy: energy need to release, pooled energy, force to start ◆ As approaching or avoiding pleasure and pain ◆ As having preferences directing choices: How we go about pursuing goals Self-regulatory concerns and why ● Value - gets what we want ∎ Value from when the manner in which we engage in activities sustains our self-regulatory concerns ● Truth - Being right, legitimate ● Control - able to manage what happens ________________ Regulatory focus ● Desired end-stat...
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