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Emotions Inside Out

Edited by Edited by Paul Ekman (University of California, San Francisco), Joseph J. Campos (University of California, Berkeley), and Richard J. Davidson (University of Wisconsin, Madison)
Emotions Inside Out

Published: December 2003

Volume 1000

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This volume offer a fresh look at an old theory that is still the reference point for research into emotions and facial expression. It updates and deepens our understanding of the emotional life of animals, the role of emotional communication in human development, and the emotional underpinnings of normal and pathological social behavior. Topics covered include animal communication, and the development, expression, and physiology of emotion.