Emotions in Personal Construct Theory : a Review

@inproceedings{claimed2009EmotionsIP,
  title={Emotions in Personal Construct Theory : a Review},
  author={George Kelly claimed},
  year={2009}
}
  • George Kelly claimed
  • Published 2009
George Kelly claimed that there were no emotions in Personal Construct Theory (PCT). The present paper notes that Kelly did define four important emotions and reviews the work by McCoy in extending the ran ge of emotions that can be explained by PCT. In addition, the theories of personality formulated by non-PCT psychologists (Paul McReynolds and Prescott Lecky), wh ich are consistent with PCT and which are provocati ve, are discussed. 

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