Feeling good and authentic: Experienced authenticity in daily life is predicted by positive feelings and situation characteristics, not trait-state consistency

A. Bell Cooper*, Ryne A. Sherman, John F. Rauthmann, David G. Serfass, Nicolas A. Brown

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