The use of self-modelling in changing eating, smoking and eye-blinking behaviours
thesisposted on 31.10.2017 by Joseph Owusu-Bempah
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The project considers the main aspects of self-modelling: (a) the use of self-modelling in laboratory and field settings; (b) a theoretical framework, based on both cognitive and behavioural factors, which attempts to explain self-modelling phenomena. Five studies are described, each of which contributes directly or indirectly to the proposition that cognitive factors may be involved in self-modelling. [Continues.]
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