Pain And Emotion

Clarendon Press (1970)
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Keywords Behavior  Brain  Emotion  Epistemology  Heredity  Intentionality  Masochism  Pain  Pleasure  Sensation  Sensitivity
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DOI 10.2307/2218349
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