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                Journal
                Applied Psychology
                Applied Psychology
                Wiley
                0269-994X
                1464-0597
                May 19 2022
                Affiliations
                [1 ]College of Economics and Management Northeast Agricultural University Harbin China
                [2 ]Department of Management, Robert C. Vackar College of Business & Entrepreneurship University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Edinburg Texas USA
                [3 ]Department of Marketing, Innovation and Organization Ghent University Ghent Belgium
                [4 ]Division of Management and International Business, Michael F. Price College of Business University of Oklahoma Norman Oklahoma USA
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                10.1111/apps.12398
                b3cf8bf2-04b8-44e0-a96d-aee8644c4b60
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