Roy Baumeister - Social Pyschologist

Roy F. Baumeister Professor of Psychology | School of Psychology - University of Queensland

Roy F. Baumeister is a social psychologist who explores how
we think about the self, and why we feel and act the way we
do. He is especially known for his work on the subjects of
willpower, self-control, and self-esteem, and how they relate to human morality and success.

Roy Baumeister
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Research

one

Self Control & Decision Making

How do people regulate their emotions, resist temptation, break bad habits, and perform up to their potential and why do they often fail to do so?
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The Need to Belong

How do people react to being rejected or excluded from social groups? How do they respond to romantic heartbreak?

two

Human Sexuality

How do nature and culture influence people's sex drive, rape and sexual coercion, and the cultural suppression of female sexuality. How do couples negotiate their sexual patterns?
four

Irrationality & Self-Destructive Behavior

Why do people do stupid things? Self-defeating behavior is the essence of irrationality.
five

Consciousness & Free Will

What role do conscious processes play in how people decide their actions? Does emotion cause behavior? Is the conscious experience of free choice an illusion?

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One of the world’s most prolific and influential psychologists. He has published well over 500 scientific articles and more than 30 books.
Roy F Baumeister - Social Psychologist

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