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Dahl, H. (1997). Emotion: Theory, Research, And Experience. Vol. 5. Edited by Robert Plutchik and Henry Kellerman. San Diego: Academic Press, 1990, 275 pp.. J. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 45:969-973.

(1997). Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 45:969-973

Emotion: Theory, Research, And Experience. Vol. 5. Edited by Robert Plutchik and Henry Kellerman. San Diego: Academic Press, 1990, 275 pp.

Review by:
Hartvig Dahl

Nearly a decade and a half before de Rivera (1962) documented the incoherent state of the psychoanalytic theory of affects, Bertrand Russell (1948) wrote:

Although, at present, it is difficult to give important examples of really precise mental causal laws, it seems pretty certain, on a commonsense basis, that there are such laws.

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