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The specificity of these components stems from the appraisals that caused them. Emotional experience is the only component in Barrett’s theory that has specificity in the narrow sense. , a theory that equates emotion with emotional experience) like the theories of James (1890) and Schachter (1964). Like Schachter (1964) and Russell (2003), Barrett (2006b) has a twofactor theory. The output of the first factor is less differentiated than that of the second factor. In addition to this obvious similarity, the three theories have other similarities and differences.
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