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Does Distance from the Equator Predict Self-Control? : Lessons from the Human Penguin Project

  • We comment on the proposition “that lower temperatures and especially greater seasonal variation in temperature call for individuals and societies to adopt … a greater degree of self-control” (Van Lange et al., sect. 3, para. 4) for which we cannot find empirical support in a large data set with data-driven analyses. After providing greater nuance in our theoretical review, we suggest that Van Lange et al. revisit their model with an eye toward the social determinants of self-control.

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Institutes:Fakultät Humanwissenschaften / Lehrstuhl für Persönlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik
Author:Hans IJzerman, Marija Čolić, Marie Hennecke, Youngki Hong, Chuan-Peng Hu, Jennifer Joy-Gaba, Dusanka Lazarević, Ljilijana B. Lazarević, Michael Parzuchowski, Kyle G. Ratner, Thomas Schubert, Astrid Schütz, Darco Stojilović, Sophia C. Weissgerber, Janis Zickfeld, Siegwart Lindenbergm
Title of the journal / compilation (English):Behavioral and brain sciences : BBS ; an international journal of current research and theory with open peer commentary
Place of publication:New York, NY [u.a.]
Publisher:Cambridge Univ. Press
Year of publication:2017
Issue:40 (2017), e86
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X16001035
ISSN:0140-525X
Document Type:Article in a journal
Language:English
Peer Review:Ja
Release Date:2017/06/06