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Affective response to a lottery prize moderates processing of payoffs and probabilities: An eye-tracking study

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Polish Managers’ Leadership Styles: Developing and Validating the Managerial Styles of a Leading Questionnaire

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What Drives Shopping Mall Attractiveness?

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