Is the higher order of linguistic thought model of feeling adequate?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (2):218-219 (2000)
Abstract
Despite its explanatory value, the “higher order linguistic thought” model comes up short as an account of the felt aspect of motivational states.
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