Thinking/Feeling about Social and Personal Relationships

@article{Planalp1999ThinkingFeelingAS,
  title={Thinking/Feeling about Social and Personal Relationships},
  author={Sally Planalp and Julie T. Fitness},
  journal={Journal of Social and Personal Relationships},
  year={1999},
  volume={16},
  pages={731 - 750}
}
  • S. Planalp, J. Fitness
  • Published 1 December 1999
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Social and Personal Relationships
Traditionally it has been assumed that cognition and emotion are separate and competing forces, with cognition representing rationality and emotion representing irrationality. However, recent theoretical and empirical work has demonstrated the symbiotic nature of the relationship between these complementary ways of apprehending and understanding the world. In this review, we discuss the functionality and logic of emotions and their impact on perception, cognition, and memory in social and… 
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