Respiratory feedback in the generation of emotion

@article{Philippot2002RespiratoryFI,
  title={Respiratory feedback in the generation of emotion},
  author={Pierre Philippot and Ga{\"e}tane Chapelle and Sylvie Blairy},
  journal={Cognition and Emotion},
  year={2002},
  volume={16},
  pages={605 - 627}
}
This article reports two studies investigating the relationship between emotional feelings and respiration. In the first study, participants were asked to produce an emotion of either joy, anger, fear or sadness and to describe the breathing pattern that fit best with the generated emotion. Results revealed that breathing patterns reported during voluntary production of emotion were (a) comparable to those objectively recorded in psychophysiological experiments on emotion arousal, (b… Expand
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