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Volume 24 Issue 2 (May 1985), Pages 73-144

The effects of spinal injury on the intensity of emotional experience (pages 135-136)

Twenty‐nine subjects with spinal lesions were asked whether the intensity of their experience of eight common emotions had decreased, increased or stayed the same since injury. Analysis of their responses produced no evidence of a decline in affective tone following spinal injury.

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