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Considering the Influence of the Pavlovian System on Behavior: Appraisal and Value Representation

Sennwald, Vanessa and Pool, Eva and Sander, David (2017) Considering the Influence of the Pavlovian System on Behavior: Appraisal and Value Representation. Psychological Inquiry, 28 (1). pp. 52-55. ISSN 1047-840X. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20170323-104518170

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Abstract

Current theories of emotion vary with respect to many aspects such as the nature and function of emotion components, or the role of appraisal mechanisms in eliciting emotion response (e.g., Coppin & Sander, 2016). Because most reviews of emotion theories tend to focus on differences and oppositions, Agnes Moors's (this issue) focus on similarities and shared ideas between two major theories of emotion represents an important and rare contribution to the field.


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Additional Information:© 2017 Taylor & Francis. Published online: 26 Feb 2017.
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Official Citation:Considering the Influence of the Pavlovian System on Behavior: Appraisal and Value Representation Vanessa Sennwald, Eva Pool, and David Sander Psychological Inquiry Vol. 28 , Iss. 1, 2017
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