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23 But whose close inspection does Ekman have in mind, the experiencer's or the psychologist's? The following quote provides an answer to this question: My proposal that emotions are typically a matter of seconds, not minutes or hours, is supported by some preliminary evidence. Examining the duration of both expressive and physiological changes during spontaneous emotional events suggests a short time span. When subjects have reported experiencing an emotion for 15 or 20 minutes, and I have had access to a videotaped record of their preceding behaviour, I found that they showed multiple expression of that emotion.

But the continued use of the word ~ with reference to "human nature" illustrates the powerful influence that the lexicalization patterns of our native language exercise over our interpretation of reality. To quote Spiro once more: ~ ... " Why, however, lexicalization aids their thinking, Lutz does not explain - presumably because she takes it as selfevident. Since, however, I do not accept the lexicalization thesis, it is not self-evident to me. 31). But nothing could answer Spiro's challenge better than the evidence of his own attachment to the word illlW, and his own difficulty in distancing himself from this word.

Lg, differ in meaning from the English word ~, why should ~, rather than liget or song, correspond to some "basic human emotion"? Of course Spiro does not claim that English should have a privileged position, just that the differences between emotion concepts encoded in different languages have been exaggerated, and that different peoples think of emotions in terms of similar concepts. But much evidence has been published over the last decade showing that faith in the universality of English emotion terms is misplaced.

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