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I want to be creative : Exploring the role of hedonic contingency theory in the positive mood-cognitive flexibility link

I want to be creative : Exploring the role of hedonic contingency theory in the positive mood-cognitive flexibility link

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HIRT, Edward R., Erin E. DEVERS, Sean M. MCCREA, 2008. I want to be creative : Exploring the role of hedonic contingency theory in the positive mood-cognitive flexibility link. In: Journal of personality and social psychology. 94(2), pp. 214-230. ISSN 0022-3514. eISSN 1939-1315

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