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Understanding Emotions, 3rd Edition by Jennifer M. Jenkins, Keith Oatley, Dacher Keltner

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FIGURES

1.0 Young girl in hat, from Darwin (1872)
1.1 Two of Darwin's (1872) photographs, sneering and crying: (a) Plate IV No. 1; (b) Plate 1 No. 1
1.2 Group photograph from the conference to mark Freud's honorary degree at Clark University in 1909. In the front row Freud is fourth from the right, Jung third from the right, and William James third from the left
1.3 The theater in classical times was an important institution, constructed to portray dramatic action in the context of fellow citizens who sat in full view of each other
1.4 A stoa (portico) that runs alongside the agora (marketplace) in Athens. It was in such a place that the Stoics taught the management of emotions. (The stoa in this picture is not the original but one constructed a century after the founding of Stoicism and rebuilt in the 1930s)
1.5 On the left a model of Phineas Gage's head, and on the right his skull showing the exit hole made by the iron tamping rod in the accident of 1848
1.6 Section through the human brain showing the anterior cingulate cortex (highlighted)
1.7 Spectrum of emotional phenomena in terms of the time course of each
2.0 About ten minutes before this photograph was taken these two male chimpanzees had a fight that ended in the trees. Now one extends a hand toward the other in reconciliation. Immediately after this, they embraced and climbed down to the ground together
2.1 Woman raising her eyebrows in greeting
2.2 Jenkins's and Oatley's schema of three principal ...

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