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TOPICAL REVIEW Gravitational self force in extreme massratio inspirals
, 908
"... Abstract. This review is concerned with the gravitational selfforce acting on ..."
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Abstract. This review is concerned with the gravitational selfforce acting on
Constructing the selfforce Eric Poisson
, 909
"... Abstract I present an overview of the methods involved in the computation of the scalar, electromagnetic, and gravitational selfforces acting on a point particle moving in a curved spacetime. For simplicity, the focus here will be on the scalar selfforce. The lecture follows closely my review arti ..."
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Abstract I present an overview of the methods involved in the computation of the scalar, electromagnetic, and gravitational selfforces acting on a point particle moving in a curved spacetime. For simplicity, the focus here will be on the scalar selfforce. The lecture follows closely my review
THE SELFFORCE OF A CHARGED PARTICLE IN CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS WITH A CUTOFF
, 1998
"... We discuss, in the context of classical electrodynamics with a Lorentz invariant cutoff at short distances, the selfforce acting on a point charged particle. It follows that the electromagnetic mass of the point charge occurs in the equation of motion in a form consistent with special relativity. W ..."
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We discuss, in the context of classical electrodynamics with a Lorentz invariant cutoff at short distances, the selfforce acting on a point charged particle. It follows that the electromagnetic mass of the point charge occurs in the equation of motion in a form consistent with special relativity
Selfforce as probe of internal structure
 Class.Quant.Grav
"... Abstract. The selfforce acting on a (scalar or electric) charge held in place outside a massive body contains information about the body’s composition, and can therefore be used as a probe of internal structure. We explore this theme by computing the (scalar or electromagnetic) selfforce when the ..."
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Abstract. The selfforce acting on a (scalar or electric) charge held in place outside a massive body contains information about the body’s composition, and can therefore be used as a probe of internal structure. We explore this theme by computing the (scalar or electromagnetic) selfforce when
To Appear in Phys. Rev. D The selfforce on a static scalar testcharge outside a
, 2000
"... The finite part of the selfforce on a static scalar testcharge outside a Schwarzschild black hole is zero. By direct construction of Hadamard’s elementary solution, we obtain a closedform expression for the minimally coupled scalar field produced by a testcharge held fixed in Schwarzschild space ..."
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spacetime. Using the closedform expression, we compute the necessary external force required to hold the charge stationary. Although the energy associated with the scalar field contributes to the renormalized mass of the particle (and thereby its weight), we find there is no additional selfforce acting
Electromagnetic selfforce on a static charge in Schwarzschildde Sitter spacetimes
"... Abstract. We compute the selfforce acting on an electric charge at rest in Schwarzschildde Sitter spacetimes, allowing the cosmological constant to be either positive or negative. In the case of a positive cosmological constant, we show that the selfforce is always positive, representing a repuls ..."
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Abstract. We compute the selfforce acting on an electric charge at rest in Schwarzschildde Sitter spacetimes, allowing the cosmological constant to be either positive or negative. In the case of a positive cosmological constant, we show that the selfforce is always positive, representing a
Selfforce approach for radiation reaction
, 1999
"... Abstract. We overview the recently proposed modesum regularization prescription (MSRP) for the calculation of the local radiationreaction forces, which are crucial for the orbital evolution of binaries. We then describe some new results which were obtained using MSRP, and discuss their importance ..."
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the local forces acting on the particle, including the RR forces. In the following we discuss the RR forces acting on a scalar pointlike charge, but for electric or gravitational charges the basic ideas are similar. The RR force RR F µ which acts on a pointlike scalar charge q is given by [3] RR µ 2
1 A new analytical method for selfforce regularization II Testing the efficiency for circular orbits
, 2004
"... In a previous paper, based on the black hole perturbation approach, we formulated a new analytical method for regularizing the selfforce acting on a particle of small mass µ orbiting a Schwarzschild black hole of mass M, where µ ≪ M. In our method, we divide the selfforce into the ˜ Spart and ˜ R ..."
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In a previous paper, based on the black hole perturbation approach, we formulated a new analytical method for regularizing the selfforce acting on a particle of small mass µ orbiting a Schwarzschild black hole of mass M, where µ ≪ M. In our method, we divide the selfforce into the ˜ S
Perceived locus of causality and internalization: Examining reasons for acting in two domains.
 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
, 1989
"... Theories of internalization typically suggest that selfperceptions of the "causes" of(i.e., reasons for) behavior are differentiated along a continuum of autonomy that contains identifiable gradations. A model of perceived locus of causality (PLOC) is developed, using children's sel ..."
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's selfreported reasons for acting. In Project 1, external, introjected, identified, and intrinsic types of reasons for achievementrelated behaviors are shown to conform to a simplexlike (ordered correlation) structure in four samples. These reason categories are then related to existing measures
Ego depletion: is the active self a limited resource
 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
, 1998
"... Choice, active response, selfregulation, and other volition may all draw on a common inner resource. In Experiment 1, people who forced themselves to eat radishes instead of tempting chocolates subsequently quit faster on unsolvable puzzles than people who had not had to exert selfcontrol over eat ..."
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Choice, active response, selfregulation, and other volition may all draw on a common inner resource. In Experiment 1, people who forced themselves to eat radishes instead of tempting chocolates subsequently quit faster on unsolvable puzzles than people who had not had to exert selfcontrol over
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