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Comparison of affect program theories, appraisal theories, and psychological construction theories

Agnes Moors (UGent)
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Moors, Agnes. 2012. “Comparison of Affect Program Theories, Appraisal Theories, and Psychological Construction Theories.” In Categorical Versus Dimensional Models of Affect : a Seminar on the Theories of Panksepp and Russell, ed. Peter Zachar and Ralph D Ellis, 7:257–278. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins.
APA
Moors, A. (2012). Comparison of affect program theories, appraisal theories, and psychological construction theories. In P. Zachar & R. D. Ellis (Eds.), Categorical versus dimensional models of affect : a seminar on the theories of Panksepp and Russell (Vol. 7, pp. 257–278). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins.
Vancouver
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Moors A. Comparison of affect program theories, appraisal theories, and psychological construction theories. In: Zachar P, Ellis RD, editors. Categorical versus dimensional models of affect : a seminar on the theories of Panksepp and Russell. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins; 2012. p. 257–78.
MLA
Moors, Agnes. “Comparison of Affect Program Theories, Appraisal Theories, and Psychological Construction Theories.” Categorical Versus Dimensional Models of Affect : a Seminar on the Theories of Panksepp and Russell. Ed. Peter Zachar & Ralph D Ellis. Vol. 7. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins, 2012. 257–278. Print.
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  booktitle    = {Categorical versus dimensional models of affect : a seminar on the theories of Panksepp and Russell},
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