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Smiling on the Inside : The Social Benefits of Suppressing Positive Emotions in Outperformance Situations

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SCHALL, Marina, Sarah E. MARTINY, Thomas GOETZ, Nathan C. HALL, 2016. Smiling on the Inside : The Social Benefits of Suppressing Positive Emotions in Outperformance Situations. In: Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 42(5), pp. 559-571. ISSN 0146-1672. eISSN 1552-7433

@article{Schall2016-05-01Smili-34075, title={Smiling on the Inside : The Social Benefits of Suppressing Positive Emotions in Outperformance Situations}, year={2016}, doi={10.1177/0146167216637843}, number={5}, volume={42}, issn={0146-1672}, journal={Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin}, pages={559--571}, author={Schall, Marina and Martiny, Sarah E. and Goetz, Thomas and Hall, Nathan C.} }

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