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Generality and specifics in psychobiological theory of emotions

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 February 2010

Eric Klinger
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Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Morris, Minn. 56267
Ernest D. Kemble
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Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Morris, Minn. 56267

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