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Damasio’s, 1999, neo-Jamesian theory). Appraisal theorists could agree that specific appraisal patterns trigger specific affect programs. , Lewis, 2005). On the other hand, these other theories are also compatible with the alternative view that the neural circuitry underlying emotions is not organised into emotion-specific modules, but rather into structures that are specific to subemotional variables (Ortony & Turner, 1990). These brain structures are not developed uniquely for emotions but are shared with other psychological functions.
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