Psychological and Biological Approaches to Emotion

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controls of our protomammalian limbic system, we could not access memories to provide the experiential context for current emotions. And at each level, emotional and motivational processes exert specific controls on the cognitive representational system. The biological view shows that emotions are not just epiphenomenal, subjective products of the mental apparatus. They are indeed the engines of the mind.


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