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That experiment borrowed a procedure from cognitive dissonance research, in which participants are instructed to give a speech contrary to their attitudes. When they were induced to make the choice deliberately, they later showed poorer self-control, as compared to participants who were simply assigned to make the speech without being given any choice. ) Indeed, behavioral effects indicating ego depletion were found even among participants who made the choice to give a speech entirely consistent with their attitudes.
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During the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle, the female body allocates more glucose than usual to its reproductive activities, leaving less for other things such as self-regulation. Consistent with that view, the behavioral manifestations of PMS suggest a general decline in control and restraint, as opposed to an increase in antisocial or other motivations (Gailliot, Hildebrandt, Eckel, & Baumeister, 2010). 5. Competing theories about self-regulatory depletion Some theorists have proposed alternate accounts.