Trait and State Authenticity Across Cultures

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SLABU, Letitia, Alison P. LENTON, Constantine SEDIKIDES, Martin BRUDER, 2014. Trait and State Authenticity Across Cultures. In: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 45(9), pp. 1347-1373. ISSN 0022-0221. eISSN 1552-5422

@article{Slabu2014Trait-29316, title={Trait and State Authenticity Across Cultures}, year={2014}, doi={10.1177/0022022114543520}, number={9}, volume={45}, issn={0022-0221}, journal={Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology}, pages={1347--1373}, author={Slabu, Letitia and Lenton, Alison P. and Sedikides, Constantine and Bruder, Martin} }

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