Unresolved Theoretical Issues in Self-Management: Implications for Research and Practice
Professional School Psychology
Discusses 2 unresolved theoretical issues in the self-management literature. Cognitive-behavioral and operant theories regarding the nature of self-reinforcement and the mechanisms responsible for reactive self-monitoring are presented, along with a literature review supporting the various theories. Areas in which additional research is needed to support a particular view are discussed. Recommendations for applying self-management procedures in school psychology are offered based on the literature.
Mace, F. C.,
West, B. J.
(1986). Unresolved Theoretical Issues in Self-Management: Implications for Research and Practice. Professional School Psychology, 1(3), 149-163.
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