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Disentangling the components of surface acting in emotion work : experiencing emotions may be as important as regulating them

Disentangling the components of surface acting in emotion work : experiencing emotions may be as important as regulating them

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SEMMER, Norbert K., Laurence MESSERLI, Franziska TSCHAN, 2016. Disentangling the components of surface acting in emotion work : experiencing emotions may be as important as regulating them. In: Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 46(1), pp. 46-64. ISSN 0021-9029. eISSN 1559-1816

@article{Semmer2016Disen-34195, title={Disentangling the components of surface acting in emotion work : experiencing emotions may be as important as regulating them}, year={2016}, doi={10.1111/jasp.12364}, number={1}, volume={46}, issn={0021-9029}, journal={Journal of Applied Social Psychology}, pages={46--64}, author={Semmer, Norbert K. and Messerli, Laurence and Tschan, Franziska} }

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