Avoidance Goal Pursuit Depletes Self-Regulatory Resources

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OERTIG, Daniela, Julia SCHÜLER, Jessica SCHNELLE, Veronika BRANDSTÄTTER, Marieke ROSKES, Andrew J. ELLIOT, 2013. Avoidance Goal Pursuit Depletes Self-Regulatory Resources. In: Journal of Personality. 81(4), pp. 365-375. ISSN 0022-3506. eISSN 1467-6494

@article{Oertig2013-08Avoid-37320, title={Avoidance Goal Pursuit Depletes Self-Regulatory Resources}, year={2013}, doi={10.1111/jopy.12019}, number={4}, volume={81}, issn={0022-3506}, journal={Journal of Personality}, pages={365--375}, author={Oertig, Daniela and Schüler, Julia and Schnelle, Jessica and Brandstätter, Veronika and Roskes, Marieke and Elliot, Andrew J.} }

Oertig, Daniela Schnelle, Jessica Oertig, Daniela Roskes, Marieke Objective<br /><br />Research on the strength model of self-regulation is burgeoning, but little empirical work has focused on the link between distinct types of daily goal pursuit and the depletion of self-regulatory resources. The authors conducted two studies on the link between avoidance goals and resource depletion.<br /><br />Method<br /><br />Study 1 (283 [228 female] Caucasians, ages 18–51) investigated the concurrent and longitudinal relations between avoidance goals and resource depletion over a 1-month period. Study 2 (132 [93 female] Caucasians, ages 18–49) investigated the concurrent and longitudinal relations between avoidance goals and resource depletion over a 1-month period and explored resource depletion as a mediator of the avoidance goal to subjective well-being relation.<br /><br />Results<br /><br />Studies 1 and 2 documented both a concurrent and a longitudinal negative relationship between avoidance goals and self-regulatory resources, and Study 2 additionally showed that self-regulatory resources mediate the negative link between avoidance goals and subjective well-being. Ancillary analyses demonstrated that the results observed in the two studies were independent of neuroticism.<br /><br />Conclusions<br /><br />These findings advance knowledge in both the resource depletion and avoidance goal literatures, and bolster the view that avoidance goal pursuit over time represents a self-regulatory vulnerability. Brandstätter, Veronika Schüler, Julia Roskes, Marieke 2017-02-10T11:42:24Z Elliot, Andrew J. 2013-08 Schnelle, Jessica Schüler, Julia 2017-02-10T11:42:24Z Elliot, Andrew J. Avoidance Goal Pursuit Depletes Self-Regulatory Resources Brandstätter, Veronika eng

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