While some of the most creative among us can invoke emotion or convey a thought with one single photo, the rest of us will rely on photo essays. A photo essay is a series of photographs that, when assembled in a particular order, tell a unique and compelling story. While some photographers choose only to use pictures in their presentations, others will incorporate captions, comments, or even full paragraphs of text to provide more exposition for the scene they are unfolding. Photo essays are a well-established part of photojournalism and have been used for decades to present a variety of information to the reader.
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Control in the context of psychology generally refers to how a person regulates themselves or wishes to regulate their environment. There are several identified types of control - Perceived Control a person's perception regarding their ability to achieve outcomes , cognitive control the ability to select one's thoughts and actions , emotional control the ability to regulate one's feelings or attitudes toward something , motivational control one's ability to act on prescribed behaviors , control desire the amount of control one seeks within a relationship , inhibitory control the ability to inhibit thoughts or actions in favor of others , social control selecting one's environment for personal benefit , ego control the attempt to regulate impulses or attention processes , and effortful control the ability to regulate how much effort one invests into a goal. Strategies for restoring perceived control are called Compensatory control strategies. Perceived control is often associated with the term locus of control. Control desire applies to any subject, circumstance, or relationship that an individual may want to have some degree of control over.