Emotion Review 5 (2):171-175 (2013)

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Ronald De Sousa
University of Toronto, St. George
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The proliferation of dimensions of appraisal is both welcome and worrying. The preoccupation with sorting out causes may be somewhat otiose. And the ubiquity of emotions in levels of processing raises intriguing problems about the role of language in identifying and triggering emotions and appraisals
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