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18 March 2011

How self-control leads to anger

People struggle with self-control are attracted to aggressive art and public policy appeals. They also don't like messages that nag them to control their behaviour, a study shows.

People who make an effort to exert self-control are attracted to aggressive art and public policy appeals, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research. They also don't appreciate messages that nag them to control their behaviour.

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