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Gailliot, Matthew T., and Dianne M. Tice. “Emotion Regulation and Impulse Control: People Succumb to Their Impulses In Order to Feel Better.” Do Emotions Help or Hurt Decisionmaking?: A Hedgefoxian Perspective, edited by Kathleen D. Vohs et al., Russell Sage Foundation, NEW YORK, 2007, pp. 203–216, www.jstor.org/stable/10.7758/9781610445436.13. Accessed 2 Aug. 2021.
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Gailliot, M., & Tice, D. (2007). Emotion Regulation and Impulse Control: People Succumb to Their Impulses In Order to Feel Better. In Vohs K., Baumeister R., & Loewenstein G. (Eds.), Do Emotions Help or Hurt Decisionmaking?: A Hedgefoxian Perspective (pp. 203-216). NEW YORK: Russell Sage Foundation. Retrieved August 2, 2021, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7758/9781610445436.13
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Gailliot, Matthew T., and Dianne M. Tice. "Emotion Regulation and Impulse Control: People Succumb to Their Impulses In Order to Feel Better." In Do Emotions Help or Hurt Decisionmaking?: A Hedgefoxian Perspective, edited by Vohs Kathleen D., Baumeister Roy F., and Loewenstein George, 203-16. NEW YORK: Russell Sage Foundation, 2007. Accessed August 2, 2021. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7758/9781610445436.13.

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