Does distance from the equator predict selfcontrol? Lessons from the Human Penguin Project
Michał Parzuchowski , Hans Ijzerman , Marija V. Čolić , Marie Hennecke , Youngki Hong , Chuan-Peng Hu , Jennifer Joy-Gaba , Dušanka Lazarević , Ljiljana B. Lazarević , Kyle G. Ratner , Thomas Schubert , Astrid Schütz , Darko Stojilović , Sophia C. Weissgerber , Janis Zickfeld , Siegwart Lindenberg
AbstractWe 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” 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.
|Journal series||Behavioral and Brain Sciences, ISSN 0140-525X, e-ISSN 1469-1825, (A 50 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||2.85|
|Keywords in English||Self Control, Equator Distance, Climate, Supervised Machine Learning|
|ASJC Classification||; ;|
|Publication indicators||: 2017 = 1.595; : 2017 = 15.071 (2) - 2017=21.181 (5)|
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