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Ideas and Realities of Emotion (International Library of Psychology) [Paperback]

Brian Parkinson

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Because all of us know what emotion is from the outset, or at least believe that we do, it might seem as if the ground is already clear for development of a scientific analysis in this area. Read the first page
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