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reaction paper about the door to door movie? true story by bill porter

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2. Tranquilizing drugs that inhibit sympathetic nervous system activity often effectively reduce people's subjective experience of intense fear and anxiety. Use one of the major theories of emotion to account for the emotionreducing effects of such tranquilizers. Which theory of emotion would have the greatest difficulty explaining these effects? Why?

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