Staying on track: Planned goal striving is protected from disruptive internal states

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Past implementation intention research focused on shielding goal striving from disruptive internal states (e.g., being anxious) by forming if then plans that link these very states to instrumental coping responses. In the present line of research, we investigated whether planning out goal striving by means of if then plans specifying opportunities to initiate goal-directed responses also protects goal striving from the negative impact of disruptive internal states. Indeed, in the face of disruptive internal states, participants who had been asked to form implementation intentions that targeted opportunities for initiating goal-directed responses outperformed participants with a mere goal intention to do well on a focal task goal. Actually, implementation intention participants performed as well as control participants who were not burdened by disruptive internal states such as being in a certain mood (Study 1), ego-depleted (Study 2), or self-definitionally incomplete (Study 3). Results are discussed by pointing to the importance of hypo-egoic self-regulation.

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Implementation intentions, Goal shielding, Goal achievement, Self-regulation, Disruptive internal states
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ISO 690BAYER, Ute C., Peter M. GOLLWITZER, Anja ACHTZIGER, 2010. Staying on track: Planned goal striving is protected from disruptive internal states. In: Journal of experimental social psychology. 2010, 46(3), pp. 505-514. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.jesp.2010.01.002
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@article{Bayer2010Stayi-11159,
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  doi={10.1016/j.jesp.2010.01.002},
  title={Staying on track: Planned goal striving is protected from disruptive internal states},
  number={3},
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  journal={Journal of experimental social psychology},
  pages={505--514},
  author={Bayer, Ute C. and Gollwitzer, Peter M. and Achtziger, Anja}
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