1990'2, p.159
Kornilov A. P.
"Activity-oriented psychology of personality" in G. Krampen's concept

The main trends of G. Krampen's partial theory are reviewed. This theory connects personal level of self-regulation of actions with "generalization of personal expectations" and aspires to integrate the psychology of personality. It is stated that G. Krampen's theory is productive when the notions of "expected values", "lokus of control", "I-concept" are considered as the regulation of actions structuring factors result but does not deal with such aspects of self-regulation that are connected with the level of activity/personality (not coming to the sum total of action realization forms) analysis.