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Hence depleted persons allocate freely insofar as they believe their willpower is unlimited. As a result, when first depleted, these persons will show none of the performance decrements that characterize other people who wish to preserve their diminished resource. Such reckless allocation will, however, cause difficulties for the person eventually, because one is in fact depleting one’s stores all the more. , 2012). Another alternative theory was put forward by Inzlicht and Schmeichel (2012), who sought to replace the strength model’s reliance on energy with more traditional explanatory processes of motivation and cognition.
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