What is JAMES-LANGE THEORY?

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This theory hypothesizes that there are many psychological responses as there are different intra-psychic feelings and that each of these responses precedes rather than follows the feeling.

JAMES-LANGE THEORY: "James-Lange Theory states that different feeling states stem from the feedback from the viscera and voluntary musculature to the brain."

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