Psychological and Biological Approaches to Emotion

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of us, positive feelings are an important potential source of interpersonal cooperativeness (e.g., Carnevale & Isen, 1986) and personal strength, growth, and development that should not be ignored.


ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This work was supported by Research Grant BNS 8406352 from the National Science Foundation.


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