How Emotions are Made
Psychologist Lisa Feldman Barrett talked about her book How Emotions are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain, in which she argues that emotions and the physical reactions that accompany them are not ingrained in people’s psyche as originally thought, but they develop and change with experiences throughout a lifetime. close
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