In this study we examine how emotion concept representations develop. We found that children represent emotions primarily in terms of valence and increase their attention on the arousal dimension with age. We also found that increased general verbal knowledge mediates this development.
Data for the study described in "Increasing verbal knowledge mediates development of multidimensional emotion representation" by Nook, Sasse, Lambert, McLaughlin, & Somerville.
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