The Encyclopedia of Human Emotions is a unique work that uses a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary approach.
The Encyclopedia of Human Emotions covers the essence of the human experience. It presents a comprehensive look at what is known today about the nature, causes, expression, and societal role of human emotions throughout history and across cultures. This is an invaluable reference guide for a variety of readers – from people who want more information about an emotion that getting attention in the popular press to students needing information for class discussions and papers. Scholars also find it an invaluable state-of-the-art research tool.
Peter F. Jorgensen, Western Illinois University, David H. Levinson, Berkshire Publishing Group, James J. Ponzetti, Jr., University of British Columbia
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