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'Feeling good' unpacked : Developing design tools to facilitate a differentiated understanding of positive emotions. / Yoon, Jay; Pohlmeyer, Anna; Desmet, Pieter.

Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Design and Emotion - Celebration & Contemplation. ed. / P.M.A. Desmet; S.F. Fokkinga; G.D.S. Ludden; N. Cila; H. Van Zuthem. Amsterdam : The Design & Emotion Society, 2016. p. 266-274.

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Harvard

Yoon, J, Pohlmeyer, A & Desmet, P 2016, 'Feeling good' unpacked: Developing design tools to facilitate a differentiated understanding of positive emotions. in PMA Desmet, SF Fokkinga, GDS Ludden, N Cila & H Van Zuthem (eds), Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Design and Emotion - Celebration & Contemplation. The Design & Emotion Society, Amsterdam, pp. 266-274, The 10th International Conference on Design and Emotion - Celebration & Contemplation, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 27/09/16.

APA

Yoon, J., Pohlmeyer, A., & Desmet, P. (2016). 'Feeling good' unpacked: Developing design tools to facilitate a differentiated understanding of positive emotions. In P. M. A. Desmet, S. F. Fokkinga, G. D. S. Ludden, N. Cila, & H. Van Zuthem (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Design and Emotion - Celebration & Contemplation (pp. 266-274). Amsterdam: The Design & Emotion Society.

Vancouver

Yoon J, Pohlmeyer A, Desmet P. 'Feeling good' unpacked: Developing design tools to facilitate a differentiated understanding of positive emotions. In Desmet PMA, Fokkinga SF, Ludden GDS, Cila N, Van Zuthem H, editors, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Design and Emotion - Celebration & Contemplation. Amsterdam: The Design & Emotion Society. 2016. p. 266-274

Author

Yoon, Jay ; Pohlmeyer, Anna ; Desmet, Pieter. / 'Feeling good' unpacked : Developing design tools to facilitate a differentiated understanding of positive emotions. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Design and Emotion - Celebration & Contemplation. editor / P.M.A. Desmet ; S.F. Fokkinga ; G.D.S. Ludden ; N. Cila ; H. Van Zuthem. Amsterdam : The Design & Emotion Society, 2016. pp. 266-274

BibTeX

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