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The James-Lange Theory is one of the earliest theories of emotion in modern psychology. Simply put, this theory states that physiological arousal instigates the experience of emotion. The common belief is that the emotion occurs first and then the physiological (bodily) associated response occurs next.
Modern theories and research propose that the experience of emotion is both modulated by both physiological feedback and other information.
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