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Excerpt : Indeed, many psychological scientists now assume that emotions are the dominant driver of most meaningful decisions in life(e.g., Ekman 2007, Frijda 1988, Gilbert 2006, Keltner & Lerner 2010, Keltner et al 2014, Lazarus 1991, Loewenstein et al 2001, Scherer & Ekman 1984).Decisions serve as the conduit through which emotions guide everyday attempts at avoiding negative feelings(e.g., guilt, fear, regret)and increasing positive feelings(e.g., pride, happiness, love), even when we lack awareness of these processes(for reviews, see Keltner & Lerner 2010, Loewenstein & Lerner 2003).Andoncetheoutcomesofourdecisionsmaterialize,weoftenf

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