Self-Control Strategies for School-Age Children

What strategies can children use to facilitate self-control? First, they can choose their physical or social circumstances or change them to their advantage. Next, they can selectively attend to particular features of their situations or represent their situations in particular ways. Using these metacognitive strategies is more efficient than effortful response inhibition.

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