Putting 'momentary wants and needs' at the heart of our understanding of behaviour. Robert West. University College London March 2009. Outline. The problem Prevailing theories An attempt at a more complete theory Implications. Outline. The problem Prevailing theories
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Putting 'momentary wants and needs' atthe heart of our understanding of behaviour
University College London
Five interacting subsystems providing varying levels of flexibility and requiring varying levels of mental resources and time
Higher level subsystems have to act through lower level ones where they compete with direct influences on these
Data from 1479 smokers in Smoking Toolkit Study, followed up 6 months after ratings or enjoyment and urges were made to find out whether: had attempted to stop and if so had relapsed