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The temporal dimensions of emotions have received insufficient attention in the psychological literature. In particular, the duration and the course of events in emotions have not been systematically examined. The present thesis seeks to address this gap in the literature by means of a conceptual and empirical exploration of the duration of anger, and an empirically-based study of other temporal features of anger with particular emphasis on its termination.