Development and Validation of An Implicit Measure of Meta-motivational States
Thomas, L; Hudson, J; Oliver, E;
The development of an easily-administered, valid and reliable meta-motivational state measure, capable of assessing the full spectrum of states, is needed to progress the understanding and application of reversal theory (Apter, 2013). The present paper outlines an adapt... View more
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