Using a Feedback Environment to Improve Creative Performance: A Dynamic Affect Perspective

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Zhenxing Gong; Na Zhang;

Prior research on feedback and creative performance has neglected the dynamic nature of affect and has focused only on the influence of positive affect. We argue that creative performance is the result of a dynamic process in which a person experiences a phase of negati... View more
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