The goose is (half) cooked: A consideration of the mechanisms and interpersonal context is needed to elucidate the effects of personal financial incentives on health behaviour

M.S. Hagger, D.A. Keatley, D.C.K. Chan, N.L.D. Chatzisarantis, James Dimmock, Ben Jackson, N. Ntoumanis

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