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Self‐regulatory control processes in youths: A temporal network analysis approach

Turri, F, Jones, A, Constanty, L, Ranjbar, S, Drexl, K, Miano, G, Lepage, C, Plessen, KJ and Urben, S (2023) Self‐regulatory control processes in youths: A temporal network analysis approach. JCPP Advances. ISSN 2692-9384

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Objective This study aimed to better understand the temporal interrelationships among self-control, response inhibition, and anger (i.e., momentary state and rumination) on both the within- and between-person levels in male adolescents. Method We applied temporal network analyses among 62 male adolescents with a wide range of behavioral difficulties. Self-control, momentary anger, and anger rumination were mapped by self-report measures, whereas we measured response inhibition through an ambulatory Go/No-go task (two measures a day—morning and afternoon—over a 9-day period). Results Temporal network analysis, at the within-person level, revealed that morning measures of response inhibition, anger rumination, and self-control were related to the corresponding measure in the afternoon. More efficient response inhibition in the morning was associated with higher self-control in the afternoon. Higher anger rumination in the morning led to higher momentary anger in the afternoon. In a concurrent within-person network, higher momentary anger was reciprocally associated with lower self-control. At the between-person level, higher momentary anger was correlated to higher anger rumination, lower response inhibition, and lower self-control. Discussion This study provides insight into the dynamic interactions among self-control, response inhibition, and anger (momentary state and rumination) in male adolescents, advancing the understanding of self-regulatory control functioning.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Psychology (from Sep 2019)
Publisher: Wiley Open Access
SWORD Depositor: A Symplectic
Date Deposited: 02 Oct 2023 12:49
Last Modified: 02 Oct 2023 12:49
DOI or ID number: 10.1002/jcv2.12200
URI: https://researchonline.ljmu.ac.uk/id/eprint/21671
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