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References Used in the Meta
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Analysis


References are accompanied by superscripts following the asterisk to indicate the type (or types)
of emotion elicitation used in that article (B = behavior, D = read text, F = film, I = imagine, L =
recall, M = music, P = pictures, Pr = prime, R = real lif
e, V = Velten).


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