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Table of Contents
James A. Shepperd, William M. P. Klein, & Alex J. Rothman, Self- and Identity-Regulation and Health: Introduction to the Special Issue. David K. Sherman, Ayse K. Uskul, and John A. Updegraff , The Role of the Self in Responses to Health Communications: A Cultural Perspective. Jeff Stone & Elizabeth Focella, Hypocrisy, dissonance and the self-regulation processes that improve health. Peter R. Harris, Self-affirmation and the self-regulation of health behavior change. Douglas P. Cooper, Jamie L. Goldenberg, and Jamie Arndt, Empowering the Self: Using the Terror Management Health Model to Promote Breast Self-Examination. Michael A. Hogg, Jason T. Siegel, and Zachary P. Hohman, Groups Can Jeopardize Your Health: Identifying with Un-Healthy Groups to Reduce Self-Uncertainty. Malte Friese, Wilhelm Hofmann, and Reinout W. Wiers, On Taming Horses and Strengthening Riders: Recent Developments in Research on Interventions to Improve Self-Control in Health Behaviors. Meredith L. Terry & Mark R. Leary, Self-compassion, Self-regulation, and Health. Bethany M. Kwan & Angela D. Bryan, A Longitudinal Diary Study of the Effects of Causality Orientations on Exercise-Related Affect. C. Nathan DeWall & Richard S. Pond, Jr, Loneliness and Smoking: The Costs of the Desire to Reconnect. William G. Shadel & Daniel Cervone, The role of the self in smoking initiation and smoking cessation: A review and blueprint for research at the intersection of social-cognition and health. Elizabeth A. Pascoe & Laura Smart Richman, Effect of Discrimination on Food Decisions. James A. Shepperd, Alex J. Rothman, & William M. P. Klein, Using Self- and Identity-Regulation to Promote Health: Promises and Challenges.