Latest Self control Stories
Feeling angry and annoyed with others is a daily part of life, but most people don’t act on these impulses.
A new study suggests that age-associated improvements in the ability to consider the preferences of others are linked with maturation of a brain region involved in self control.
Trying to resist that late-night tweet or checking your work email again?
Thinking about religion gives people more self-control on later, unrelated tasks; according to results from a series of recent Queen's University study.
Children who regularly participated in a Simon Says-type game designed to improve self-regulation â€“ called the Head-Toes-Knees-Shoulders task â€“ may have better math and early literacy scores.
Children who scored lower on self-control assessments when they were as young as 3 years of age were more likely to have health problems, substance dependence, financial troubles, and a criminal record by the time they were 32, according to a new study.
A long-term study has found that children who scored lower on measures of self-control as young as age 3 were more likely to have health problems, substance dependence, financial troubles and a criminal record by the time they reached age 32.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Good things come to those who wait.
The period known as adolescence is a significant time of change for the individual experiencing it.
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