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Frese, Michael, Doris Fay, and Harry Garst (2007), "Making Things Happen: Reciprocal Relationships Between Work Chracteristics and Personal Initiative in a Four-Wave Longitudinal Structural Equation Model", Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 1084-1102.
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