Psychology Please Help!!!!

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According to James-Lange Theory, crying over spilled milk will result in:

a. sorrow because you are crying.
b. sorrow because the milk has been spilled.
c. problem solving which will control the emotions.
d. several indiscriminant emotions.

From my understanding I think it is a or b. I know for sure it is not d.

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