self-regulation


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self-reg·u·lat·ing

(sĕlf′rĕg′yə-lā′tĭng)
adj.
1. Regulating oneself or itself.
2. Regulating itself automatically.

self′-reg·u·la′tion n.

self-regulation

n
(of a business, society, etc) the act of enforcing or upholding its own rules and laws without external agency of intervention
Translations

self-regulation

[ˌselfregjʊˈleɪʃən] Nautorregulación f
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Measuring Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation in Online Courses
Self-regulation may be an avenue to help students develop thinking skills, as Kuiper (2002) suggested, self-regulated learning (SRL) strategies can foster critical thinking and problem solving skills.
The authors examined how two such learner characteristics may translate into students' ultimate course experience, namely a student's level of cognitive effort and self-regulation.
The author outlines recent research on ADHD treatment, drawing on four major discoveries that are impacting understanding of the disorder: how self-regulation is the key to ADHD, rather than just inattention and/or hyperactivity; the role of the environment along with genes; research on brain development; and how specific experiences influence the development of self-regulation and ADHD through epigenetic changes.
Self-regulation was hypothesized to mediate the effects of relative deprivation on career decision self-efficacy.
Objective: To examine the effect of self-related factors, including self-regulation, self-esteem and self-efficacy, on decision-making styles of early adults.
Stakeholder consultations on the self-regulation of paramedics are complete and the province has received the report from the consultant, Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced today.
Although a scoping study, the study draws attention to the barriers to construction H&S self-regulation in Nigeria and demonstrates an alternative to state regulation of H&S.
Quality of Life was assessed using the Murphy et al tool while resilience was measured using State-Trait Resilience Inventory, developed by Hiew et al and for self-regulation the scale translated by Sawar was used.
1) Self-regulation acts to protect the public from practitioners who are unqualified, incompetent, or unethical.
The number of submitted complaints and the interest of citizens as well as of other organizations and institutions inspires hope that self-regulation as a process may help improve the media system in the country, which is currently going through a crisis from the viewpoint of professionalism and ethics," said Sefer Tahiri, member of the Council's complaint commission.
In the following, I will discuss prerequisites for morally responsible action and propose that self-regulation serves as an important mechanism in the process of moral action.