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Kathleen O'Connell      

         

 

Kathleen O'Connell
RN, PhD, FAAN

 

Theory of Self Control Strength.

Kathleen O'Connell, PhD, RN
Professor,
Isabel Maitland Stewart Chair of Nursing Education
Columbia University.
Email: : oconnell@.tc.columbia.edu


Teachers College: Faculty Profiles

  • Self-Control Strength - According to this theory, self-control can be depleted and once it is depleted, time and rest are required to replenish it. Most of the support for the theory of self-control strength comes from laboratory studies. (Information from Nursingtheory.net)

Scholarly Interests:
Smoking cessation and relapse. Reversal theory. Behavior change. Theory of self-control strength.
 

The Nursing Center for Tobacco Intervention - Featured Interventionist: Kathleen O’Connell, PhD, RN, FAAN


Presentation (in part): Research in Smoking Influences and Cessation. Self-Control Depletion during Smoking Cessation: Self-Control Depletion during Smoking Cessation.

 

Research Achievement

TC Researchers Receive $1 Million to Study Self-control in Smoking Cessation - Kathleen O'Connell, The Isabel Maitland Stewart Chair of Nursing Education, was awarded a three-year renewal of more than $1 million from the National Institutes of Health for her project, PERSIST (Project Examining the Role of Self-Control in Smoking Temptation).

Last Modified: Thursday May 20, 2010

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