T. van Manen
- De zin van zelfcontrole: Een sociaal-cognitieve groepsbehandeling voor agressieve kinderen
- De Psycholoog
- Volume | Issue number
- 41 | 11
- Pages (from-to)
- Document type
- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (FMG)
- Psychology Research Institute (PsyRes)
Self-control refers to the regulation of one's own behavior, including the pursuit of long-term goals and the inhibition of unwanted behaviors. In the present, complex society, self-control appears to be overshadowed by external control. For children, the development of self-control is a major developmental task. Failing on this task results in internalizing or externalizing problems. The social-cognitive treatment Self-Control has been designed to train aggressive children to control their aggressive feelings, thoughts and behaviors. The theoretical foundation of the program and its treatment-outcome results are presented. Implications for the training of self-control in children are being discussed.
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