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Fashioning a selfish self amid selfish goals

  • Roy F. Baumeister (a1) and Bo M. Winegard (a1)

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The selfish goal, at some point in evolution, gave rise to a selfish self. In humans, this selfish self might exert influence over goals, deciding upon which to execute and which to inhibit. This, in fact, may be one of the chief functions of the self.

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Mischel, W. (2004) Toward an integrative science of the person. Annual Review of Psychology 55:122.

Fashioning a selfish self amid selfish goals

  • Roy F. Baumeister (a1) and Bo M. Winegard (a1)

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