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Feelings, Fantasies, and Memories: An Examination of the Emotional Components of Nostalgia

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  • Holak, Susan L. & Havlena, William J., 1998. "Feelings, Fantasies, and Memories: An Examination of the Emotional Components of Nostalgia," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 42(3), pages 217-226, July.
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