Angry Versus Furious: A Comparison Between Valence and Arousal in Dimensional Models of Emotions.


The present study compared the roles of valence and arousal, proposed by the dimensional models of emotions, in recognizing emotional expressions. It was hypothesized that the dimension of valence, due to its functional significance, would be more salient in the recognition of emotional expressions than the dimension of arousal would be. The results of the… (More)