Insufficient Emotion: Soul-searching by a Former Indicter of Strong Emotions

Emotion Review 2 (3):234-239 (2010)
Contrary to the many accounts of the destructive effects of strong emotions, this article argues that the most serious problems facing the world are caused by a deficiency rather than an excess of emotions. It then shows how an evolutionary account of emotion can explain when and why such deficiencies occur
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