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Evidence From Neuroimaging Studies. Lisa Feldman Barrett and Tor D. Wager. Boston College and Columbia University. ABSTRACT?One common point of. One common point of debate in the study of emotion is whether the basic, irreducible elements of emotional life are discrete emotion categories, such as anger. None of the meta-analyses assessed the valence/arousal affective model, in part because many neuroimaging studies fail to measure arousal separately.