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Our new piece in Consulting Psychology Journal approaches goals and behavior change from a coaching perspective. How can coaches and consultants help their clients set better goals and effectively change their behavior? Dr. Berkman wrote a plain language summary on the … Continue reading
Several folks from our group led by doctoral candidate Jessica Flannery have a new piece on teen risk taking over at The Conversation, “Teens aren’t just risk machines – there’s a method to their madness”. You know the conventional wisdom: Adolescents … Continue reading
Healthy choices are neither good or bad; only thinking makes them so Healthy choices are more complicated than a devil-angel contest suggests. Serggod/Shutterstock.com Elliot Berkman, University of Oregon Doing healthy things can feel like a battle between the angel on … Continue reading
See Elliot’s latest blog post on The Motivated Brain over at Psychology Today: …Self-control is a resource, but a renewable, psychological one. We’ve known for a long time that goals that are motivated from within—for reasons that are personally important to us—are … Continue reading
Check out Elliot’s latest blog post on the Motivated Brain at Psychology Today where he describes a recent symposium on self and self-functions from the 2014 Association for Psychological Science meeting. “Social psychologists have made recently breakthroughs in understanding the … Continue reading
Elliot’s latest blog post at Psychology Today about the possible connection between identity and self-control.
Elliot’s latest blog post at Psychology Today about racecars, neuroimaging, and the mind-brain debate.
Check out Elliot’s latest blog post over at Psychology Today about the lessons that House of Cards’ Frank Underwood can teach us about goal pursuit.