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Emotions

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Author(s): McIntosh, Daniel N. | Stock, Konrad
[German Version] I. Psychology – II. Science of Religions and Philosophy of Religion – III. Ethics I. Psychology In clinical psychology programmatic psychological research of emotions has only recently started to gain significance. Emotions are regarded as functional, adaptive processes that allow people to respond quickly and appropriately to relevant environmental changes. Emotions motivate and facilitate thoughts and behaviors that address the person's current concerns. Socially-oriented scholars also focus on how a person's social and cultural contexts influence the labeling, experience, and expression of emotions.…