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An mga emosyon iyo an kamugtakan kan pag-iisip na dara kan mga pagbabago sa neuropisyolihikal, manlaenlaen na asosyado sa kaisipan, namamatian, simbag na gawe, asin an digri nin pleasure o displeasure.[1][2][3][4] Mayo sa ngunyan nin siyentipikong konsensus pag-abot sa kahulugan.[5][6] An emosyon parating intertwined sa mood, temperament, personalidad, disposisyon, o pagkamalinalang.[7]

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  2. "Emotion in the perspective of an integrated nervous system". Brain Research. Brain Research Reviews 26 (2–3): 83–86. May 1998. doi:10.1016/s0165-0173(97)00064-7. PMID 9651488. 
  3. Ekman, Paul; Davidson, Richard J. (1994). The Nature of emotion: fundamental questions. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 291–293. ISBN 978-0195089448. Emotional processing, but not emotions, can occur unconsciously. 
  4. Schacter, Daniel L.; Gilbert, Daniel T.; Wegner, Daniel M. (2011). Psychology (2nd ed.). New York: Worth Publishers. p. 310. ISBN 978-1429237192. 
  5. Cabanac, Michel (2002). "What is emotion?". Behavioural Processes 60 (2): 69–83. doi:10.1016/S0376-6357(02)00078-5. PMID 12426062. "There is no consensus in the literature on a definition of emotion. The term is taken for granted in itself and, most often, emotion is defined with reference to a list: anger, disgust, fear, joy, sadness, and surprise. [...] I propose here that emotion is any mental experience with high intensity and high hedonic content (pleasure/displeasure).". 
  6. Lisa Feldman Barrett; Michael Lewis; Jeannette M. Haviland-Jones, eds. (2016). Handbook of emotions (Fourth ed.). New York. ISBN 978-1462525348. OCLC 950202673. 
  7. Averill, James R. (February 1999). "Individual Differences in Emotional Creativity: Structure and Correlates" (in en). Journal of Personality 67 (2): 331–371. doi:10.1111/1467-6494.00058. ISSN 0022-3506. PMID 10202807.