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<p>Self-control is typically modeled as a stable individual difference. This talk presents three high-powered analyses that model within-person self-control variability in young adult and adolescent samples. We characterize self-control variability, examine individual difference correlates, and explore associations between daily fluctuations and self-reported behavior.</p>
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