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Exploring Affect: The Selected Writings of Silvan S Tomkins (Studies in Emotion and Social Interaction) Paperback – January 27, 1995

ISBN-13: 978-0521448321 ISBN-10: 0521448328

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"...an edited volume of Tomkins's selected writings is of such great value. Though the task was no doubt arduous, E. Virginia Demos has selected and edited a perspicuous account of Tomkins's nearly 50 years of scholarship." Ed de St. Aubin, Contemporary Psychology

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Over a period of forty years--until his death in 1991--Silvan Tomkins, one of the most creative theorists on emotion and emotional expression, developed a set of original, important ideas about the nature of affect and its relationship to cognition and personality.

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