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This scale assesses an individuals’ perception on the availability of mental exertion, whether or not it is a limited or unlimited resource. Subjects are presented with 8 items, which they must rate on a scale (1-6) how much they agree with the statement.

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Definition contributed by JLi about one year ago

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Definition contributed by VSochat about one year ago:a scale that measures willpower and self regulation http://pss.sagepub.com/content/early/2010/09/28/0956797610384745.full#sec-22

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