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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Pyotr Gogeshvili
Executive Functions and Long-term Self-Control of Undesirable Behavior
Psychology
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2017
Current research is dedicated to the topic of undesirable behavior and attempts to study the factors (incl. executive functions) that contribute to long-term self-control of this type of behavior. Results show no significant effects but we conclude the existence of statistic trends towards prediction of long-term self-control efficiency based on several self-regulation characteristics of an individual that we measured (functioning level of working memory and "Programming" scale of Morosanova's self-regulation style questionnaire).

Additionally, the research proposes possible trajectories for further investigation into undesirable behavior, its control, and, more generally, a topic of long-term self-control.

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