- Ego depletion, an influential theory in psychology, may . . .
An influential psychological theory, borne out in hundreds of experiments, may have just been debunked How can so many scientists have been so wrong?
- Roy Baumeister - Wikipedia
Education and academia Baumeister earned his A B from Princeton University and his M A from Duke University He returned to Princeton University with his mentor Edward E Jones and earned his Ph D from the university's Department of Psychology in 1978
- Motivation - Wikipedia
Incentive theory is a specific theory of motivation, derived partly from behaviorist principles of reinforcement, which concerns an incentive or motive to do something
- What psychology’s crisis means for the future of science - Vox
In 1998, psychologists found evidence of a tantalizing theory: We all have a finite mental store of energy for self-control and decision-making
- Famous Psychologists - Sigmund Freud
Sigmund Freud (May 6, 1856–September 23, 1939) was a physiologist, medical doctor, and father of psychoanalysis, and is generally recognized as one of the most influential and authoritative thinkers of the twentieth century
- Scarcity: The New Science of Having Less and How It . . .
In this provocative book based on cutting-edge research, Sendhil Mullainathan and Eldar Shafir show that scarcity creates a distinct psychology for everyone struggling to manage with less than they need
- How Power Affects People: Activating, Wanting, and Goal . . .
Sociocognitive research has demonstrated that power affects how people feel, think, and act In this article, I review literature from social psychology, neuroscience, management, and animal research and propose an integrated framework of power as an intensifier of goal-related approach motivation
- Extraneous factors in judicial decisions | PNAS
decisionmaking; legal realism; mental depletion; expert decisionmaking; ego depletion; Does the outcome of legal cases depend solely on laws and facts? Legal formalism holds that judges apply legal reasons to the facts of a case in a rational, mechanical, and deliberative manner (1, 2)