Masicampo and Slepian introduce the notion that individuals may draw upon other personal resources — social resources, money, bodily resources, or time — to introduce their self-regulation goals. This chapter discusses the potential substitutability of these different resources and its implications for the expenditure of mental resources.
Masicampo, E.J., and Michael Slepian. "Linking diverse resources for action control." In Self-Regulation and Ego Control, Ed. Edward R. Hirt, Joshua Clarkson, and Lile Jia. San Diego: Elsevier, 2016.
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