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Feedback perceptions and attribution by secretarial employees: Effects of feedback-content and sender characteristics

Bibliographic reference Raemdonck, Isabel. Feedback perceptions and attribution by secretarial employees: Effects of feedback-content and sender characteristics.EARLI SIG 14 Learning and Professional Development (Antwerp Belgium, du 22/08/2012 au 24/08/2012). In: European Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 37, no.1, p. 24-48 (2013)
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