The James-Lange theory of emotions: a critical examination and an alternative theory. By Walter B. Cannon, 1927.

  title={The James-Lange theory of emotions: a critical examination and an alternative theory. By Walter B. Cannon, 1927.},
  author={Walter Bradford Cannon},
  journal={The American journal of psychology},
  volume={100 3-4},
  • W. Cannon
  • Published 1 December 1927
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American journal of psychology

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The James-Lange theory of emotions: A critical examination and an alternative theory,

  • 1927

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