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Activity Handout 13-1:

What are the Primary Emotions?

Instructions: In the spaces provided below, write down what you think are the primary, basic, or fundamental emotions. Although 10 spaces are provided, you need not use all these spaces. If you think there are more than 10 primary emotions, write these emotions on the back of this page. The emotions you list are the ones that can be combined in various ways to capture every emotion experienced by humans.




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