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Flow and regulatory compatibility: an experimental approach to the flow model of intrinsic motivation.

Bibliographic reference Keller, Johannes ; Bless, Herbert. Flow and regulatory compatibility: an experimental approach to the flow model of intrinsic motivation.. In: Personality and social psychology bulletin, Vol. 34, no. 2, p. 196-209 (2008)
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