Ego depletion refers to the idea that self- regulation or will is based on the limited sources of mental energy that are reduced when they are used. Hence, when these sources of mental energy are reduced, self-control becomes weak. The word "ego" in "ego depletion" is used in the "psychological" sense rather than the colloquial sense. Self-regulation is the capacity of the self for controlling behaviors, which increases the flexibility and adaptability of human behavior in different social contexts and situations. This book provides parenting model which consist of methods to improve these mental energies. The book contains six chapters with some stories and dialogues to illustrate the issue.
The author, as a Cognitive psychologist(MA) graduated from Institute for Cognitive Sciences Studies,Tehran is interested in the area of self and emotion regulation and the effective cognitive psychological techniques in this area. With eight years of experience as a school consultant in the education, he is willing to work on students and families
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Ego depletion, Self-Control, parenting
PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHIATRY / General