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Alternative TitleThe Reltionship Regularity of Life, Behavior Intensity and ego-depletion
Thesis Advisor高文斌
Degree Grantor中国科学院大学
Place of Conferral中国科学院心理研究所
Degree Name理学硕士
Degree Discipline健康心理学
Keyword生活规律性 行为惯性 自我损耗 抄写任务 Stroop任务







Other Abstract

As we all know, the establishment of a reasonable way of life on human prevention of physical diseases is of great significance.And a large number of studies have confrmed that the regularity of life for some chronic diseases, intervention and treatment also has important significance. In the field of psychology, studies have shown that the regularity of life and human mental health also have a certain relationship, that extreme behavior about life irregular is related to self-control failure. However, there is little research on the relationship between the regularity of life and self-control resources. This study first uses the questionnaire survey to investigate the regularity of lift and self-depletion of college students on campus, analysis the relationship between the regularity of life and ego-depiction ,and we found that the people with strong behavioral inertia are more lilccly to perform the dominant reactions or behaviors that already exist in the brain, Further we analysis the relationship among the regularity of life, habitual behavior and ego-depletion.

Explain the importance of customary behavior to ego-depletion from the perspective of cognitive resources ,so we could guide the students to arrange leisure time, improve the ability of self management.

In this study, questionnaire survey and laboratory methods were used to explore the relationship between habitual behavior and ego-depletion. The stu勿is divided into two parts: In the first study,it is necessary to investigate whether the relationship between habitual behavior, regularity of life and ego-depletion is relevant by questionnaires. The study two used experimental methods to verify the effect of habitual behavior on ego-depletion.

The main findings of this study can be summarized as follows:

There was a significant negative correlation between the regularity of life and egow depletion, the negative correlation between behavioral inertia and ego-depletion, and the significant correlation between life regularity and ego-depletion.

(1)The regularity of lift can be significantly negative to predict ego-depletion, When habitual behavior intervenes in the model, it has a significant negative predictive effect one ogo-depletion9 Habitual behavior has a mediating role in the regularity of life and ego-depletion. (2)In study 2 we will verify the effect of behavior inertia on ego-depletion.We set the typewriting as the habitual behavior and the handwriting copy as non-habitual behavior, and set the different task difficulty as restriction condition during the writing task. We'll measure two kinds of task types on self-epletion effect induced by the stroop task after the pre-task. Under the restricted conditions, ego-depletion effect of the handwriting group and the typewriting group is significant. Since the typewriting group use the same cognitive processing in the pre-task and the response task, ego-depletion effect is superimposed, so ego-depletion of the typewriting group is significantly higher than that of the handwriting group. And the restriction condition on the ego-depletion did not form a significant difference because the influence of the language recognition on the cognitive resources was not considered.

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王蕴慧. 大学生生活规律性、行为惯性和自我损耗的关系[D]. 中国科学院心理研究所. 中国科学院大学,2017.
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