The Emotions

@article{StainerTheE,
  title={The Emotions},
  author={J. Stainer},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={110},
  pages={730-731}
}
WILLIAM JAMES and Carl Lange, investigating the problem of the emotions, independently and within a year, arrived at a very similar point of view with regard to the relation between the emotion as experienced by the subject and its bodily expression. The theory, generally known as the James-Lange theory, inverts the usual common-sense sequence which would say that we cry because we are sorry, and asserts that, on the contrary, we are sorry because we cry. Practically every student of psychology… Expand
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