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One of the most influential classification approaches in the study of emotion is Robert Plutchik’s classification into eight primary emotions. The emotions that he lists as primary are:[How to reference and link to summary or text]


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Emotion
Aspects of Emotion studied
Introduction | |Animal emotionality | List of emotions | Emotional abuse | Emotional adjustment | Emotional bias | Emotional content | Emotional control | Emotional development | Emotional distance | Emotional exhaustion | Emotional immaturity | Emotional forecasting | Emotional intelligence | Emotional maturity | Emotions and culture | Emotion and decision making | Emotion and memory | Emotional responses Emotional security |Emotional stability | Emotional trauma |Emotionality | Expressed emotion |
Theories of emotion
James-Lange theory | Cannon Bard theory |Robert Plutchik's theory of emotion | Two factor theory of emotion |
Physiology of emotion
Affective neuroscience | Neurobiology of emotions | [[]] | [[]] |
Emotion in clinical settings
Anxiety | Clinical depression | Emotionally disturbed | Emotional instability | Fear | Guilt | Shame |
Assessing emotion
Stroop test | [[]] | [[]] |
Treating emotional problems
CBT | Psychotherapy |
Prominant workers in emotion
William James | Paul Ekman | Robert Plutchik | Stanley Schachter | Daniel Siegel | [[]] |
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