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To formulate a general definition of emotion, it will be most accurate to say that A. emotions are feelings that have both physiological and cognitive elements. B. emotions are adaptive physiological responses to feelings. C. an emotion is a specific reaction to a perceived change in a situation. D. emotion is a feeling state evoked by an expressed behavior.
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To formulate a general definition of emotion, it will be most accurate to say that emotions are feelings that have both physiological and cognitive elements.
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