- Two-factor theory of emotion : Two-factor theory of emotion refers to the idea that emotional experience is the result of a two-step self -perception process in which people first experience physiological arousal and then seek an appropriate explanation for it; if they attribute the arousal to an emotional source, they experience that emotion

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