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Do some people need autonomy more than others? : Implicit dispositions toward autonomy moderate the effects of felt autonomy on well-being

Do some people need autonomy more than others? : Implicit dispositions toward autonomy moderate the effects of felt autonomy on well-being

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SCHÜLER, Julia, Kennon M. SHELDON, Mike PRENTICE, Marc HALUSIC, 2016. Do some people need autonomy more than others? : Implicit dispositions toward autonomy moderate the effects of felt autonomy on well-being. In: Journal of Personality. 84(1), pp. 5-20. ISSN 0022-3506. eISSN 1467-6494

@article{Schuler2016peopl-36822, title={Do some people need autonomy more than others? : Implicit dispositions toward autonomy moderate the effects of felt autonomy on well-being}, year={2016}, doi={10.1111/jopy.12133}, number={1}, volume={84}, issn={0022-3506}, journal={Journal of Personality}, pages={5--20}, author={Schüler, Julia and Sheldon, Kennon M. and Prentice, Mike and Halusic, Marc} }

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