In Schachter and Singer's experiment, participants who received epinephrine injections reported euphoria in a happy situation and anger in an insulting situation. Why were the results difficult to interpret?

a) Placebo injections produced the same results as epinephrine.

b) The instructions about probable side effects did not influence behavior.

c) Many later experiments failed to replicate these results.

d) The physiological arousal was similar in both the happy and anger situations.

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