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Evolutionary psychology and the emotions
Evolutionary psychology is an approach to the psychological sciences in which principles and results drawn from evolutionary biology, cognitive science, anthropology, and neuroscience are integratedExpand
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An Environmental Approach to Positive Emotion: Flowers
For more than 5000 years, people have cultivated flowers although there is no known reward for this costly behavior. In three different studies we show that flowers are a powerful positive emotionExpand
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Rapid mood change and human odors
We demonstrate an immediate effect of airborne chemicals on human moods. We collected six groups of underarm odors, respectively, from five prepubertal girls, five prepubertal boys, five collegeExpand
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The Hidden Genius of Emotion: Lifespan Transformations of Personality
Preface Part I. Introduction: 1. Challenging the prevailing view 2. Affect, human development, and dynamic systems Part II. Emotion as the Integrative Link in Social and Personality Development: 3.Expand
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The psychologist’s point of view
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Handbook of Emotions (Second Edition)
Handbook of Emotions (Second Edition) Michael Lewis & Jeannette M. Haviland-Jones (Eds.). New York: Guilford Press (www.guilford.com). 2000, 720 pp., $69.95 (hardcover). For much of the time thatExpand
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Testing for Individual Differences in the Identification of Chemosignals for Fear and Happy: Phenotypic Super-Detectors, Detectors and Non-Detectors
Mood odor identification, explicit awareness of mood odor, may be an important emotion skill and part of a complex dual processing system. It has already been shown that mood odors have significantExpand
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Adding odor: Less distress and enhanced attention for 6-month-olds.
The effect of odor on cognitive and emotional processes has been studied in adults and children, but less so in infants. In this study twenty-seven six-month-olds were presented with a video while inExpand
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