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Self-control

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self-control

1. Self-regulation of one's behaviour in accordance with personal beliefs, goals, attitudes and societal expectations.

2. Use by an individual of active coping strategies to deal with problem situations, in contrast to passive conditioning strategies which do things to the individual and require no action by the person.