Contrary to Popular Models, Sugar Is Not Burned by Self-Control Tasks

This may or may not be good for my research: Contradicting a popular model of self-control, a University of Pennsylvania psychologist says the data from a 2007 study argues against the idea that glucose is the resource used to manage self control and that humans rely on this energy source for will power.

If self-control is not reliant on glucose, my nonunitary model of executive functioning functions much better.