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Read Dr. Berkman’s New Take on Healthy Choice

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

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Do we overeat because of poor self-control?

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

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Me, My Brain, and I

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

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What is the value of self-control?

Elliot’s latest blog post at Psychology Today about the possible connection between identity and self-control.

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The mind-brain debate: NASCAR and neuroimaging

Elliot’s latest blog post at Psychology Today about racecars, neuroimaging, and the mind-brain debate.

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What does Frank Underwood know about goals?

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.

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