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Recent medical findings for a healthier body

Wanting self-control

How does wanting selfcontrol impact on your ability to achieve it? To test this, researchers conducted a series of four experiments that tested the impact of wanting self-control on performance. They found that those people with a stronger desire for selfcontrol found it more difficult to exert self-control when the task was difficult (that is, it demanded much self-control). The reason for this

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