Associative and spontaneous appraisal processes independently contribute to anger elicitation in daily life.


There has been a great deal of debate concerning the antecedents of anger, with appraisal theorists emphasizing the role of hostile interpretations and cognitive neo-associationistic theorists emphasizing the role of more basic associative processes. Recently, theorists have sought to reconcile these views by acknowledging the role of both associative and… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0017742


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