References: Goal Setting & Monitoring

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Cullen, K. W., Baranowski, T. O. M., & Smith, S. P. (2001). Using goal setting as a strategy for dietary behavior change. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 101(5), 562-566.

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Gohner, W., Schlatterer, M., Seelig, H., Frey, I., Berg, A., & Fuchs, R. (2012). Two-year follow-up of an interdisciplinary cognitive-behavioral intervention program for obese adults. The Journal of psychology, 146(4), 371-391.

Goldman, S. (2011). Enhancing adult learning in clinical supervision. Academic Psychiatry, 35(5), 302-306.

Harris, K. R., & Graham, S. (2009). Self-regulated strategy development in writing: Premises, evolution, and the future. In BJEP Monograph Series II, Number 6-Teaching and Learning Writing (Vol. 113, No. 135, pp. 113-135). British Psychological Society.

Harris, K. R., Graham, S., Reid, R., McElroy, K., & Hamby, R. S. (1994). Self-monitoring of attention versus self-monitoring of performance: Replication and cross-task comparison studies. Learning Disability Quarterly, 17(2), 121-139.

Rahman, M. M. (2010). Teaching oral communication skills: A task-based approach. ESP world, 9(1), 1-11.

Rozental, A., & Carlbring, P. (2014). Understanding and treating procrastination: A review of a common self-regulatory failure. Psychology, 5(13), 1488-1502.

Scheithauer, M. C., & Kelley, M. L. (2017). Self-monitoring by college students with ADHD: The impact on academic performance. Journal of attention disorders, 21(12), 1030-1039.

West, R. L., Dark-Freudeman, A., & Bagwell, D. K. (2009). Goals-feedback conditions and episodic memory: Mechanisms for memory gains in older and younger adults. Memory, 17(2), 233-244.

West, R. L., Welch, D. C., & Thorn, R. M. (2001). Effects of goal-setting and feedback on memory performance and beliefs among older and younger adults. Psychology and Aging, 16(2), 240.