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She had high animal spirits, and a sort of natural self-consequence, which the attention of the officers, to whom her uncle's good dinners, and her own easy manners recommended her, had increased into assurance.
He entered the room with a look of self-consequence, slightly bowed to the ladies, without speaking a word, and, after briefly surveying them and their apartments, took up a newspaper from the table, and continued to read it as long as he staid.
She meant to be giving her little heart a happy flutter, and filling her with sensations of delightful self-consequence; and, misinterpreting Fanny's blushes, still thought she must be doing so when she went to her after the two first dances, and said, with a significant look, "Perhaps you can tell me why my brother goes to town to-morrow?
Bennet's nerves, Lydia's penchant for officers, Lady Catherine's self-consequence, and Miss Bingley's fawning admiration of Mr.
The three most frequently cited ways by which teachers could help their students to delay gratification were: a) helping the students to reward themselves, b) helping the students to think about long-term goals, and c) helping the students to consider the positive self-consequences of their actions.
They talked about proximal goals, procrastination, monitorization, self-consequences spontaneously ...
Self-regulated learning is defined as the extent to which students are "meta-cognitively, motivationally, and behavior-ally active participants in their own learning processes." Earlier research had identified a variety of self-regulation strategies: self-evaluation, organization and transformation, goal setting and planning, information seeking, record keeping and self-monitoring, environmental structuring, giving self-consequences, rehearsing and memorizing, seeking social assistance (from peers, teachers, or other adults), and reviewing (notes, books, and so on).

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