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Title: Self-regulation and performance in high-fidelity simulations: An extension of ego-depletion research
Authors: Zyphur, M.J. 
Warren, C.R.
Landis, R.S.
Thoresen, C.J.
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: Zyphur, M.J.,Warren, C.R.,Landis, R.S.,Thoresen, C.J. (2007). Self-regulation and performance in high-fidelity simulations: An extension of ego-depletion research. Human Performance 20 (2) : 103-118. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This article extends the research literature related to "ego-depletion." Although numerous studies have focused on the self-regulatory failure associated with ego-depletion, the extant literature is generally characterized by relatively simple behavioral manipulations and dependent measures. Two studies are described that extend previous ego-depletion findings by employing a high-fidelity, customer service simulation as an ego-depleting manipulation (Study 1) and by using performance on a cognitively demanding naval combat simulator as a dependent measure (Study 2). Results of both studies show the generalizability of the effects of ego-depletion; the implications for self-regulatory failure in more naturalistic settings are discussed. Copyright © 2007, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Source Title: Human Performance
ISSN: 08959285
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