The Relationship Between the Inner Speech and Emotions: Revisiting the Study of Passions in Psychology

  title={The Relationship Between the Inner Speech and Emotions: Revisiting the Study of Passions in Psychology},
  author={Pablo Fossa and Raymond Madrigal P{\'e}rez and Camila Mu{\~n}oz Marcotti},
  journal={Human Arenas},
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  • L. F. Barrett
  • Philosophy
    Perspectives on psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science
  • 2006
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