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      Having a Creative Day: A Daily Diary Study of the Interplay Between Daily Activating Moods and Physical Work Environment on Daily Creativity

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      The Journal of Creative Behavior
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                Journal
                The Journal of Creative Behavior
                J Creat Behav
                Wiley
                0022-0175
                2162-6057
                September 2021
                December 28 2020
                September 2021
                : 55
                : 3
                : 752-768
                Affiliations
                [1 ]National Sun Yat‐Sen University Taiwan
                Article
                10.1002/jocb.488
                dc4eeb80-dac6-4921-8bc5-16748bea7cbb
                © 2021

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