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Effects of own versus other's fait treatment on positive emotions: A field study

Bibliographic reference De Cremer, D. ; Stinglhamber, Florence ; Eisenberger, R.. Effects of own versus other's fait treatment on positive emotions: A field study. In: The Journal of Social Psychology, Vol. 145, no. 6, p. 741-744 (2005)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078/76017
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