self-regulation


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Self-regulation refers to the cognitions and behaviors that coincide with achieving personal goals (Gazzaniga, Heatherton, & Halpern, 2010; Zimmerman 2000).
The realworld relevancy and ability of agricultural education to apply concepts in a concrete setting makes it a logical vehicle to help students learn to transfer self-regulation to other contexts.
As shown in Exhibit 1, there is generally an advantage to higher self-regulation and cognitive effort in terms of students' perceptions of the learning experience in both online and traditional classes.
self-regulation, parental input) for possible interventions in the career counseling setting.
Self-efficacy and self-regulation negatively predicted dependent style.
Toews used their feedback, reviews of paramedic self-regulation in other provinces, as well as reviews of similar organizations, to develop three operational options to address issues and concerns as self-regulation is implemented.
The concept of H&S self-regulation presents a lens to view improving construction H&S, especially in developing countries such as Nigeria where there is little or no state involvement in H&S.
Conclusion: Self-regulation has a significant direct and indirect effect through resilience on quality of life.
Professional self-regulation ranges from the pure form, where the profession alone regulates itself, to systems involving varying levels of collaboration with the government.
In this way, self-regulation can be defined as "the process by which a system uses information about its present state to change that state" (McCullough & Willoughby, 2009, p.
In this article, we address the characteristics and guarantees of self-regulation in electronic commerce.
Then, within the framework of social cognitive theory, I will discuss the roles of expected outcomes, Weibo usage, and deficient self-regulation in Weibo addiction.