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Teach Internal Locus of Control: A Positive Psychology App Paperback – July 5, 2011
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I first became aware of the concept of inner control way back in the early 50s. I was in college majoring in sociology. I read "The Lonely Crowd" by David Riesman. This book, first published in 1950, became a major classic in the field of sociology. It analyzed social character in terms of tradition directed, other directed, and inner directed types. I made up my mind at that time that my preference was to be one of the inner directed types, the type that Russ Hill describes as having an internal locus of control.
This is a very "hands on" kind of book which spells out in very clear terms, and with great illustrations, how you can do it, how you can become or teach to that inner directed type of person, a person with an internal locus (location) of control.