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(1967). Psychoanalytic Review. LIII, No. 2, 1966: Emotions as Adaptive Reactions—Implications for Therapy. Robert Plutchik. Pp. 105-110.. Psychoanal Q., 36:471.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychoanalytic Review. LIII, No. 2, 1966: Emotions as Adaptive Reactions—Implications for Therapy. Robert Plutchik. Pp. 105-110.

(1967). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 36:471

Psychoanalytic Review. LIII, No. 2, 1966: Emotions as Adaptive Reactions—Implications for Therapy. Robert Plutchik. Pp. 105-110.

Four sets of bipolar reaction patterns determine what evolves as emotion: 1, moving toward (destruction) versus moving away (protection); 2, incorporation versus expelling; 3, possessing (reproduction) versus losing; and 4, moving (exploration) versus stopping (orientation). The author describes seven types of therapeutic approach that help the patient define, understand, and utilize emotion.

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(1967). Psychoanalytic Review. LIII, No. 2, 1966. Psychoanal. Q., 36:471

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