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Considerations for a Theory of Emotions
THE MOVEMENTS OF THE EMOTIONS
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action active affect afferent feedback amae angry anxiety aspects of emotion asserts basic behave behavior belonging bodily challenge character structure choice Clark University concept conscious consider contempt contrast DAVID RAPAPORT Decision Theory depression described different emotions dimensions distance ego ideal emotion names emotion occurs emotion terms emotional experience emotionally energy English language environment error scores example exist experienced expression fact fear feeling function guilt implicit instinct involved Joanne Greenberg judge the words language list of emotion matrix McDougall meaning ment motivated movement moving negative noted other's particular emotion perceived perception person position postulate Pribram Psychoanalytic pulling reality recognize reflect repulsion response Rivera ROY SCHAFER Sartre Schadenfreude sense set of emotions shame simply situation specified spotlight stimulus structural theory subjects judge suggests superego Table talking thalamus Theory of Emotions tion Tomkins's usage values verbal aptitude York