当代自我调控理论和机的研究新进展研究
The New Development of Self-Regulation Theory and Mechanism

作者: 刘晓燕 :广州大学工商管理学院,广东 广州;

关键词: 自我调控延迟满足资源有限性CCT模型Self-Regulation Delay of Gratification Resource Limitation CCT Model

摘要:
自我调控用以描述人们努力地、自愿地、有目的地将自己改变成需要的样子。本文对当代比较有影响的自我调理论进行了详细地梳理,并对最新的自我调控的机制研究进行了介绍。首先,对自我调控的相关概念进行了辨析;第二,系统地介绍了当代比较有影响的一些自我调控理论:反馈回路模型、延迟满足、资源有限性理论;第三,介绍了自我控制理论机制的新近研究:自我调控行为的CCT模型和自我调控的脑神经机制研究,并且对这些理论的相关实证研究进行了介绍;最后,我们对自我调控理论的发展趋势进行了展望,希望对我国研究者开展自我调控的相关研究工作有所帮助。

Abstract: Self-regulation refers to a process that people hardly, voluntarily, purposefully change themselves to ideal status. This paper systematically introduces some influential self-regulation theories— feedback loop theory, limited resource theory, and based on these, we further introduce some new self-regulation theories such as CCT model and neurosciences results. We also present some related empirical research. At last, we summarize the trend of self-regulation theory, which will be helpful for Chinese researchers.

文章引用: 刘晓燕 (2016) 当代自我调控理论和机的研究新进展研究。 心理学进展, 6, 846-856. doi: 10.12677/AP.2016.67109

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