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Agency and its discontents : a two-process perspective on basic psychological needs and motives

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SHELDON, Kennon M, Julia SCHÜLER, 2015. Agency and its discontents : a two-process perspective on basic psychological needs and motives. In: MIKULINCER, Mario, ed., Philip R. SHAVER, ed., M. Lynne COOPER, ed. and others. APA handbook of personality and social psychology. Volume 4. Personality processes and individual differences. Washington, DC:American Psychological Association, pp. 167-187. ISBN 978-1-4338-1704-5. Available under: doi: 10.1037/14343-008

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