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Love for Frequent and Low Flow Activities in the United States and India

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New Digital Media and Flow: A Study of Experience

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9 Positive Change and Flow in Sport
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4 Positive Change and Networked Flow: From Creative Individuals to Creative Networks
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Effect of the content complexity on hesitations in adolescents’ narratives

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Narrative Writing in Digital Formats: Interpreting the Impact of Audience

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Efficiency of Executive Functions and Literacy Among Children With Specific Language Impairment

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Processing Metaphors in the Elderly: Does Valence Matter?

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