Three dimensions of emotion.

  title={Three dimensions of emotion.},
  author={H. Schlosberg},
  journal={Psychological review},
  volume={61 2},
  • H. Schlosberg
  • Published 1954
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological review
All of you have had to face the problems in the general field of emotion, whether your interest was theoretical or practical. I think you will agree that the field is chaotic. When you try to organize it, perhaps f̂ or presentation in a course, you probaoly follow one of two obvious methods. You can admit that "emotion is only a chapter heading," to quote Madison Bentley; in this case you present a sort of smorgasbord of interesting and important facts, and then go on to clinical cases or to… Expand

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