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Bounded Self-Control

To question the idea that individuals are able to exercise self-control when presented with certain choices.

Below is an example of how this behavioural economics theory comes about. In this instancet Jenny has slipped out of her weekly regime for going to the gym and we have to assess whether she has chosen to stop this regime herself or whether it is a lack of self-control and discipline to keep the regime going.

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